New Democracy leader Mitsotakis attacks Tsipras over wikileaks IMF scandal

3 April 2016
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Kyriakos Mistotakis, leader of the major Greek opposition party New Democracy commented on the wikileaks revelations regarding the IMF and the negotiations with the Greek government by attacking PM Alexis Tsipras during a party rally in Larissa. Mitsotakis stressed that the difference of opinions among Greece’s lenders were already known adding that the whole issue should not be blown out of proportions. The opposition leader accused the Greek government of failing to secure then privacy of conversations raising the issue of how the private conversation was recorded and leaked. ‘Tsipras should stop seeking foreign enemies to cover up for his incompetence’, said Mitsotakis. The Greek government responded to Mitsotakis by accusing him of aligning with the IMF and supporting it against Greece’s interests.

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