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The annual publication of politicians’ derivation of wealth forms (known as pothen esches in Greek) has sparked a reaction from main opposition party SYRIZA, which is attempting to portray Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his ministers as members of a privileged elite who have little connection with the average voter.
SYRIZA and left-leaning media seized on the fact that several members of the government declared high earnings and large bank loans. Daily newspaper Efimerida ton Syntakton splashed across its front page details of ministers’ wealth under the headline “...
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