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Tsipras: Mitsotakis Is Turning Greece into a “European Champion in Recession and Layoffs”

ATHENS – The government is responsible for turning Greece into "a European champion in recession and layoffs," Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras said on Wednesday, following a European Commission report that the Greek economy is expected to shrink drastically this year.

In statements posted on social media, the main opposition leader charged that "the Commission is confirming now what we have been saying from the very start, that Greece will unfortunately become the European champion in recession and layoffs, because of the choices of the Mitsotakis government."

The worst, Tsipras said, is that "the strategy of insufficient support of workers and businesses is not attributed to the inadequacy of his ministers, but to Mitsotakis' personal choice," and charged the prime minister with measures that favor large business and are doing away with the middle class.

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Dear Stavroula,   I am married with three children.

All four were seated comfortably in Dixon’s that Sunday when they noticed Yiannis saunter in, looking pleased.

The next time you see a Greek politician at a souvlaki stand, unless it's for a photo opportunity so they can pretend to know what the hoi polloi eat for a budget lunch – or dinner – it will be the first, unless there's caviar mixed in.

LODI, NJ - Michael Tolos found himself out of work at a New York restaurant in 2020 when COVID-19 lockdowns were closing a lot of eateries but as the Greek saying goes, “all obstacles are for good,” and it was for him.

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