Less than twelve hours after receiving notice of the European Central Bank to cut funding to Greek banks, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras answered vehemently, according to The Sleuth Journal.
In a post that seems directed at Mario Draghi but also to all those that put sticks on wheels, he replied: “Greece will no longer accept more orders, especially orders received by email,” he asserted from the Greek Parliament in the first session of the SYRIZA parliamentary group.
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