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KINAL: SYRIZA No Longer Has Any Credibility to Serve as Counter-Weight to the Right

ATHENS — The deep state created by SYRIZA and revealed recently calls for a full investigation, the Movement for Change (KINAL) party said of the main opposition on Monday.

"The daily revelations about SYRIZA's deep state must be investigated directly by justice, and those responsible for it must be held accountable. There is no space for such things in a democracy," a KINAL statement said.

It added that "the main opposition no longer has any credibility to carry out its institutional role in a time of crisis and great challenges in national issues, economy and society," and asserted that KINAL "is the only bulwark, the progressive counter-weight, against the right's policy."

"We are determined to defend democracy and deal with social inequalities," it added.

 

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