Mitsotakis Regime Enacts Anti-Terrorism Law and Signals Winds of Change in Greek Policy

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Saturday, January 26, 1991
Author: 
Bruce Zagaris
Volume: 
7
Issue: 
1
34-35
Abstract: 
On December 13, 1990, the Greek Government enacted a "Bill for the Protection of Society Against Organized Crime," a law which is modeled on German and Italian legislation and provides for a range of severe penalities aimed specifically at organized crime and acts of terror. The new law is expected to have a significant impact on cooperation against international terrorism.