Popular Unity leader Lafazanis lashes out at the government
Popular Unity leader Panagiotis Lafazanis on Wednesday lashed out at the government accusing it of selling off the national assets and threatening that those responsible will be held accountable.
He underlined that the sell off of 14 regional airports to the German state company Fraport is a major national crime.
“The sell off of national wealth, even if it cannot be averted, it will never be recognised by the Greek people and it will never be considered faits accomplis. Those responsible for the sell off of profitable national assets will be held accountable. They sell the national wealth without having the right to so do so and behave like subordinates of a neo-colonial quartet destroying our country.”
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