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As plan to ease lockdown progresses, politics turns to non-coronavirus issues
The government is forging ahead with its plans to relax the lockdown and a semblance of normality is returning to Greek politics, with issues other than Covid-19 now being addressed.
In an interview with Skai TV on Wednesday, State Minister Akis Gerapetritis, said that following the opening of some courts and the land registry on April 27, the government will gradually allow stores to reopen from May 4 onwards. However, he said this...
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