ND chief blames gov’t rhetoric for at­tack

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New Democ­racy chief Kyr­i­akos Mit­so­takis said yes­ter­day the at­tack with a makeshift ex­plo­sive de­vice com­pris­ing three gas can­is­ters against a busi­ness in cen­tral Athens owned by his spouse Mareva Grabowski-Mitsotaki was the re­sult of gov­ern­ment pro­pa­ganda aimed at dam­ag­ing his own po­lit­i­cal ca­reer. “This is the re­sult of the ruth­less tar­get­ing by the back­rooms of Max­i­mos Man­sion and their mouth­pieces, which, of course, aim to hurt me. We’re not afraid of them and this will not pass,” Mit­so­takis tweeted. The gov­ern­ment yes­ter­day con­demned the at­tack “clearly and firmly.” No one was in­jured in the at­tack, which dam­aged the en­trance of the build­ing.

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