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In what is usually a subdued period for Greek politics between Christmas and New Year, the government has announced a series of changes among its general and special secretaries, while also experiencing turbulence with regard to one of its earlier technocratic appointments.
A total of 10 personnel changes were announced on Monday, along with the creation of three new positions. The changes are linked primarily to the desire of the outgoing civil servants to stand as candidates in the next election, which is something they ...
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