Et tu, Greek Ministerial Council?

Anonymous sources have been able to leak information regarding the untrustworthy dynamic between different members of the Council.

“The Minister of Infrastructure and Transport has made a great backstab to various members of our committee,” stated one of the sources. “He had made several transactions with the purpose of making ministers such as large quantities of money to him, so that as a consequence we have no option but to work for him.”

Sources also stated that the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport was able to place a sum of about 500 million euros in the name of the Minister of the Interior in order to raise suspicion around him, yet the Minister of Interior was quick enough to discover what was happening and divulge the event over to several ministers in the Council that might have possibly been affected.

Furthermore, it has been discovered that the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport has also established connections with the government of both Germany and Russia. Sources state that The Minister of Infrastructure and Transport is conscious about the policy Council members are applying in order to address the current austerity measures in the government, yet this barrier has not been respected.

“Several of us have gathered in order to discuss this shocking turn of events,” stated another of the sources. “We are ready to take action soon. We are definitely not going to let such indignations continue any longer. It is our role to sort out this crisis for the benefit of our country, and not individuals who play for their own interests.”

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