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ND turns sights on public servants as train crash prompts drop in ratings
The government is searching for a new line of defence to protect it from the political impact of the Tempe rail crash after another demonstration in Athens on Sunday and the publication of a second poll suggesting there has been a notable drop in support for New Democracy.
After Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakos spoke of the “problematic state” in televised comments before last week’s cabinet meeting, party officials have run with this theme, arguing over the last few days that the deadly collision between a freight trai...
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