GREECE: Caramanlis Speaks Out

"Is Caramanlis coming?" That question has often been voiced in Greece since the 1967 military takeover, as Greeks wistfully recalled the democratic leadership of Constantine Caramanlis, who was Premier from 1955 to 1963. Last week the question was being asked with new hope. In a statement from Paris, where he has lived for the past decade, Caramanlis, 66, issued a scathing indictment of the regime of George Papadopoulos. He also implied that he would be willing to return home and head a new government to restore democratic rule.

Charging that the regime had disrupted the armed forces, damaged the economy,...

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