Police and the citizen’s protection ministry’s political leadership have a duty to defend the reputation of the force.
While police struggle to put an end to the situation in which Exarcheia has become an impassable area for many, one saw an anti-authority group causing mayhem in a Marousi shopping centre.
There are diametrically opposed accounts of Greek Police on the one hand and on the other of the family whose home is next door to the occupied building that police were sent to evacuate.
Police attempted to get the consent of a family who were neighbours to enter their home and when they did not receive it they went berserk –infringing on and offending the asylum of the home and citizens’ rights.
A dramatic video aired on Open Channel showed Indares on his knees shouting at the riot police asking why he had his hands tied and that they were acting worse than anarchists.
Greek Police marred its own work and its operational prowess, albeit with isolated actions of certain policemen.
The new government from the start declared that it will not tolerate the breaking or violation of the law by groups and forces that practice political and so-called social violence.
The rector believes that his life is in danger and other academics believe that worse things can happen, such as arson.
The government bears a dual responsibility - to prove the state cannot be threatened or blackmailed and to show that police are the first to serve as a model of legality.
A document in the possession of Ta Nea indicates that law enforcement authorities do not know if they can check suspects without the presence of a judicial functionary.
Priority will be given to filling 2,450 positions in the healthcare sector.
The presence of Greek Police Chief Aristeidis Andrikopoulos and Coast Guard Chief Stamatis Raptis at SYRIZA rallies and political events has stirred a political maelstrom as it is a glaring violation of the country’s basic law. Article 29 (par. 3) of the Greek Constitution states that: “All types of activity for or against a political […]
Attacks on party offices and banks in the name of n17 terroriat Koufodinas have been mushrooming over recent weeks. There has been no reaction on the part of the state.
Greek authorities believe that Tarrant stayed in Athens and took trips to southern and central Greece and that he may have stayed for a few days in Thessaloniki.
ND says the hooded hoodlums who wreaked havoc by attacking riot police and protesters in the crowd had the tacit consent of the government.
New Democracy linked the government with Rouvikonas and the anarchist group with the top gun of the defunct 17N terrorist group.
It is by now obvious that after-the-fact expressions of horror over bomb attacks will not suffice.
'All those who with the rhetoric of hatred pave the way in terms of ideology and politics for blind violence are doing great harm to the country, and they must rethink matters very carefully'
At approximately 7:00, when the sexton was about to open the doors of the church, he spotted a suspect box on the sidewalk and immediately called the police.
'Those working in SKAI’s radio station, the television station, and the website will not be muzzled and will not be daunted by any threat'
Why did the PM hasten to express an opinion on a judicial case that is still under investigation? Who were the people who did not shield him from such an embarrassment?