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Following the attention given to the pre-trial detention last week of former Defence Minister Yiannos Papantoniou, the government is hoping that by turning the spotlight to more corruption allegations, it will be able to secure political gains.
Papantoniou and his wife were detained in connection to an allegedly corrupt 2003 arms deal, when PASOK was in power. The government used this development in the investigation to put pressure on New Democracy and PASOK over their records in office. PASO...
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