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SYRIZA’s credibility with its more traditional supporters is likely to be tested further by claims over the weekend that the government passed under the cover of the recent multi-bill legislation that allows MPs, ministers and other state officials to be involved in offshore companies.
A fresh row between the coalition and the opposition parties was triggered by a report in Proto Thema newspaper over the weekend that article 178 of the most recent omnibus bill revokes a previous ban on politicians and public officials maintaining any ...
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