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Kammenos eases tension with church, leaving coalition to focus graft attacks
Coalition partner Panos Kammenos appears to have defused the government’s recent spat with the Church of Greece, which threatened to open up a new front for the beleaguered coalition, which is already trying to fend off accusations of corruption from the opposition.
The defence minister, who also leads SYRIZA’s nationalist right-wing coalition partner Independent Greeks, met with Archbshiop Ieronymos on Wednesday in the wake of increasingly bitter exchanges between the head of the Church of Greece and Education Min...
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