Fotis Kouvelis: 'The demands of foreign lenders are unfair. I will not vote for this austerity'
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Fotis Kouvelis: 'The demands of foreign lenders are unfair. I will not vote for this austerity'

Athens : Greece | Oct 31, 2012 at 4:16 PM PDT
Source: The Independent
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The leader of one of the parties in Greece's fragile coalition government has told The Independent that his leftist bloc cannot accept harsh labour reforms requested by the nation's international lenders, raising the prospect of further delays to the release of bailout cash crucial to averting bankruptcy.... FULL ARTICLE AT The Independent
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