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: Legal Framework
NIS/EYP is subject to both a national and an international legislation.
regulates the organization and function of EYP, its activity and personnel.
includes laws which were incorporated into the Greek legal order so as to secure the protection of human rights
A number of
on matters concerning EYP are also available.
THE GREEK CONSTITUTION 1975
(as currently in force after the revisions of 1986 and 2001)
“National Intelligence Service and other provisions”
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE 360/1992
“Internal Organization of the National Intelligence Service”, as modified by Presidential Decrees 1/1996 (Government Gazette 3 A’), 29/2001 (Government Gazette 26 A’), 255/2002 (Government Gazette 225 A’) and 163/2006 (Government Gazette 172 A’)
ACT OF LEGISLATIVE CONTENT 215/2009
"Classification of the National Intelligence Service to the Minister of Citizen Protection"
“For the protection of free correspondence and communication and other provisions”
“Protection of Individuals from the elaboration of personal data”
“Authority for the Guarantee of the Secrecy of Communications”
PRESIDENTIAL DECREE 47/2005
“Procedures and technical - organizational guarantees for the lifting of secrecy of communications and its safeguarding”
“Protection of personal data and private life in the field of electronic communications and modification of the Law 2472/1997”
“European Convention on the protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms” / Council of Europe (ratified by the Law 53/1974).
ADDITIONAL PROTOCOLS OF THE ECHR
Includes the 13 Additional Protocols of the ECHR.
INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTS
(ratified by the Law 2462/1997, Government Gazette 25, A’ / 26-2-1997).
LIFTING OF THE SECRECY OF COMMUNICATIONS