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Iliopoulos: Every Day the Greek Gov’t Gives Meaning to the Word Mayhem

ATHENS — "Mitsotakis' government every day gives meaning to the word mayhem," stated main opposition SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance spokesperson Nassos Iliopoulos on Tuesday.

In a statement, Iliopoulos criticised what he called conflicting statements made within minutes of each other by Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister Akis Skertsos and Minister of State Georgios Gerapetritis: "The same moment that Mr Skertsos was saying that it was too soon to talk about Easter, Gerapetritis rushed to leave open a window for allowing movements between regions." This, he added, was happening "at a time when scientists are warning of a new record in cases and the national health system is one step before collapse."

Iliopoulos also underlined that the government "is carrying on without a plan, without any logic and without any communication, even between ministers in adjacent offices at the Maximos mansion."

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