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Greece / Military Regime / Const. #441892

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 13, 1968
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(Studio) Greeks to learn contents of Const. written by military regime Monday
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Greece) "Greeks and Christians" is slogan of military regime. Dep. President Stylianos Patakos, 55, campaigns for new Const. in different places. Rural population accepts Const.; believes Patakos on their side. National farmers' debt wiped out and relieved them of financial burden.
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

(Athens, Greece) People don't participate in political events in urban areas. If accepted, Const. will be 8th in modern history.
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

(Greece) Regime says what Greece wants is law and order and no rewards for Communism
REPORTER: Dean Brelis

Brelis, Dean;
Huntley, Chet

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