“The degradation of Justice through the complicity of judges is not a phenomenon unique to Hitler’s Germany. In France, Vichy judges participated in the gathering of Jews and other insurgents. De Gaulle did not forgive them. In Mussolini’s Italy, in Hungary and elsewhere in occupied Europe judges embarrassed their office. It is no secret that dictatorships manage to do what they set out to. Judges hand in hand with the regime embarrass the Greek virtue,” writes Antonis Trifyllis in his article for tovima.gr

You can read the article in Greek here.