Ju­di­ciary is de­liv­er­ing

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For some time now, the ju­di­ciary has been liv­ing up to its re­spon­si­bil­ity as far as the big bribery cases in­volv­ing arms pro­cure­ments are con­cerned. It is very en­cour­ag­ing that a new gen­er­a­tion of ju­di­cial of­fi­cials is us­ing the var­i­ous tools at its dis­posal and con­duct­ing in­ves­ti­ga­tions that un­til re­cently were thought to be im­pos­si­ble. The hard work that these men and women are do­ing is start­ing to de­liver re­sults and tan­gi­ble ben­e­fits for the state as taxpayers’ money is find­ing its way back into public cof­fers. Also, see­ing wrong­do­ers be­ing brought to jus­tice sat­is­fies the de­sire that many Greeks have for cor­rup­tion to be tack­led and not cov­ered up. This ef­fort should also act as a de­ter­rent to those who will be awarded re­spon­si­bil­i­ties such as over­see­ing arms pur­chases in the fu­ture.

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