PASOK leader to Tsipras: You put the country under a humiliating supervision
The leader of PASOK, Fofi Gennimata, lashed out at the government during her speech at the parliament while the debate on the omnibus bill is still in progress.
She accused the government that its policy led to the humiliation of the country and surrendered the Greeks and the country to the lenders.
“You put the country under a humiliating supervision. Wealth of Greece is managed now by foreigners and the houses of Greeks are given away,” she said adding: “And all this happened so as the lenders could get back their money. This was a great success of Schaeuble”.
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