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Tsipras: We Unite Our Voice with that of Greek Art Workers

ATHENS – "Culture is the Greece that makes us better," main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said in a Facebook post on Tuesday, accompanied by a SYRIZA video in support of those working in the arts and culture.

"The people of culture are not invisible. They have a voice, they have movement, they have substance, they have life, as we all do," SYRIZA's leader said.

"We unite our voice with that of the workers in the arts and culture sector, we support their just demands," Tsipras said.

 

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