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Staikouras: Tsipras Will Remain in History as the PM of Capital Controls

December 18, 2022

ATHENS – Finance Minister Christos Staikouras accused main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras that he is attached to delusions, illusions, ideological obsessions, political irresponsibility during his speech in parliament on Saturday.

“I prefer tough, honest, intense dialogues, for the benefit of society, rather than imposing capital control on citizens. Mr. Tsipras will remain in history as the prime minister of capital controls,” Staikouras said and quoted specific economic data in reply to Tsipras’ accusations on the economy.

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