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Kyriakos Mitsotakis used a televised interview to deny the latest allegations in the surveillance affair, which had him eavesdropping on his own cabinet ministers and some of the country’s most powerful businesspeople, as well as political opponents and journalists.
The visibly irritated prime minister dismissed the claims made by an opposition-friendly newspaper over the weekend as the work of slanderers and serial blackmailers sponsored by SYRIZA. During the interview on ANT-1 TV’s primetime news broadcast, he al...
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