Justice at work

The way Ankara is pushing for the extradition of the Turkish servicemen requesting asylum in Greece is counterproductive to say the least.

The Greek justice system cannot decide on such an important matter on the basis of pressure from a foreign government.

Thankfully, in Greece, as in the rest of the European Union – with a few rare exceptions – judicial decisions are not dictated by blackmail and orders.

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