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New Democracy found itself on the defensive on Friday over the actions of two key officials: Centre-right Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis and Prime Minister Kyriakos’s Mitsotakis’s chief of staff Akis Skertsos.
Bakoyannis was heavily criticised for unveiling a revamped Omonia Square in central Athens on Thursday evening as the event attracted dozens of people, leading to social distancing guidelines being breached in the most public way.
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