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A day after Alexis Tsipras attempted to put the furore surrounding Alternate Health Minister Pavlos Polakis and his bank loans to bed, New Democracy revived the issue on Thursday and demanded an official response from the prime minister.
During Wednesday’s cabinet meeting, Tsipras did not address the controversy surrounding the 100,000 euros Polakis borrowed from Attica Bank directly. Instead, he commented on the furious reaction to the minister’s admission that he called up Bank of Gre...
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