Samaras finger wagging at troika a sign of pressure on Greek government

PoliticsGreek Politics

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras took the unusual step of criticising the troika on Tuesday, an indication of how frustrated the government feels as it is squeezed between lenders’ demands and domestic political pressures.

Among the quotes that stood out during the premier’s speech at a conference in Athens organised by the Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce are:

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