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As Greek Orthodox Easter approaches, the government is trying to dampen speculation about when it might start lifting the restrictions on movement and the idea that snap elections might be held later this year.
The government is insisting that it has no intention of lifting any of the current restrictions before the end of April despite mounting speculation in the media about when Greece might exit from the lockdown. Speaking at Tuesday’s regular news conferen...
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