GREECE: The Poly-Papadopoulos

In the five years since he led a colonels' coup against Greece's last elected government, George Papadopoulos, 52, has become a poly titled politician. He is Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, Defense Minister and Minister of Government Policy. Indeed, he holds so many titles that Greeks have begun to joke about it: Papadopoulos is sitting alone at his desk, resting his head in his hands, when first one aide, then another, finally a third bursts in. "Can't you leave me in peace?" Papadopoulos screams in anger. "Can't you people see that I'm holding...

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