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Within hours of the government celebrating Greece’s formal exit from the post-bailout enhanced surveillance regime, the storm clouds were gathering as energy companies announced another round of increases and the opposition mustered to demand questions on the phone-tapping affair.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis gave a recorded address on Saturday morning, on the day that Greece formally exited the post-MoU enhanced surveillance regime, welcoming a development which had been foreshadowed by the ND government as a landmark achi...
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