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Computer stolen from Green Party office; returned with spyware

On Wednesday morning, the Green Party made an accusation regarding the surveillance software scandal involving Cyprus.

As they claimed, a party’s computer was stolen a few months ago and was mysteriously returned, infected with spyware.

“The phone tapping scandal has been covered up in Cyprus and nobody is doing anything about it, however, Europe is seriously investigating the case and members of the PEGA inquiring Committee arrived on the island on Tuesday, for this purpose,” a party announcement noted.

The announcement said the Green Party will keep raising the issue and will insist that it is investigated, as party officials have been victims of phone tapping in the past.

The party noted that the political parties are to be blamed since they refused to discuss the issue of the Israeli surveillance van at the House of Representatives.

The announcement concluded by asking the government, to provide explanations and reveal the truth about the connection between the spy van with the phone tapping scandal in Greece.

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