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What do Greeks fear most? The lack of justice
What do Greeks fear most? Given developments over the past few years, one would expect poverty, unemployment or the prospect of more troika-dictated austerity measures to top the list. But a new poll has made a surprising finding: Greeks fear the last of justice above all.
According to the Kapa Research survey, a staggering 91.7 percent of Greeks fear the absence of justice. This is followed by 84.4 percent who are concerned about joblessness, 83.6 percent who are worried about poverty, 82.6 percent who fear crime and 81....
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