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There seems no end to the friction between Independent Greeks leader Panos Kammenos and his governing partner SYRIZA but, at the same time, there appears little chance of the apparent bad blood causing a sudden and terminal rift in the coalition.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras avoided directly referring to Kammenos, also the defence minister, when he spoke at a meeting of SYRIZA’s central committee over the weekend. Kammenos had earlier riled SYRIZA ministers and MPs by disregarding government po...
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