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en_GB Photo by Can Esenbel [] Are politicians in Greece promoting reforms or social cannibalism?

Myths have fuelled much of outside perceptions of the Greek crisis. From the lazy Greeks to the runaway shadow economy, observers have sought explanations for the country's problems in these contrived and skewed observations on life in Greece. Like all fairy tales, though, they make for a good story but are rarely a true reflection of reality.

Contributor: Nick Malkoutzis

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