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SYRIZA Accuses Government of “Inadequacy” in Handling the Economy

ATHENS – Main opposition SYRIZA, in an announcement on Tuesday, accused the government of "dangerous inadequacy" in its handling of the economy.

"New Democracy (ND) is making mistakes every day, trying to put democracy into quarantine. It got upset because [SYRIZA leader] Alexis Tsipras met with people working in restaurants yesterday and today he is meeting with the wine producers," the party said, adding that "in a democracy the leader of the main opposition does not ask the government's permission to have meetings."

According to SYRIZA, "the problem now is that the ND government's only plan for the labour market and the middle classes appears to consist of preventing them meeting Alexis Tsipras or listening to SYRIZA's proposals," while it added that: "It would be best for the government to quickly realize that its inadequacy in the economy is dangerous."

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