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Tussle over arms deal sets tone for polarised politics
Despite their best efforts, neither the government nor the opposition could convincingly claim victory in the debate over the stalled arms deal with Saudi Arabia on Monday.
New Democracy and other opposition parties had been seeking to expose Defence Minister Panos Kammenos over his role in the agreement to sell 300,000 anti-tank shells to Riyadh but did not manage to provide incontrovertible proof that the Independent Gre...
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