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New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is seeking to build on his party’s lead over SYRIZA by making the anti-government protests planned for Wednesday evening in Athens and Thessaloniki as uncomfortable as possible for the coalition.
Speaking in Parliament on Wednesday, the conservative chief highlighted the aggressive reaction from some ministers and SYRIZA officials to the gatherings, which have ostensibly been organised by regular citizens rather than parties or political movemen...
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