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ATHENS – Greece’s major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) has accused Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his coalition of trying to frighten Greeks into thinking their bank deposits wouldn’t be safe if the rivals came to power.

In a statement blasting comments from the Prime Minister and New Democracy’s Parliament spokesman Adonis Georgiadis that there would be a run on the banks of SYRIZA wins the next elections, the Leftists accused them of scare-mongering and called the talk “dangerous” for the interest of Greeks.

“In a panic, Samaras and his henchmen do not hesitate to spread terror even by exposing the deposits of the Greek people to danger,” the party stressed.

SYRIZA has taken a growing lead over New Democracy in polls on the back of the Leftists unrelenting opposition to pay cuts, tax hikes, slashed pensions and worker firings that Samaras imposed on orders of international lenders, although he’s now seeking to provide some relief.

The post SYRIZA Says Samaras Scaremonger appeared first on The National Herald.

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