All deleted tweets from politicians

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An archive of public tweets, deleted by politicians in Greece.

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Member of the European Parliament for #Greece; @EPPGroup / @ND_Europarl / @EP_Transport @EP_GenderEqual @EP_Justice

Shahram Ghahramani (iran) tweeted :

Metro Tourism is the bus company that transports refugees to #Turkish borders w #Greece and #Bulgaria is owned by #Erdogan ally Galip Öztürk. - Öztürk who works for Turkish intel agency is a convicted felon involved in organized crime, drug trafficking and transport of jihadists https://t.co/G1w7rYHwEw

Daniel Hannan (unknown) tweeted :

Few things make me as queasy as Eurocrats patting themselves on the back over their handling of Greece. youtube.com/watch?v=8rts_e…

RT @Holbornlolz: Greece is now "cured" according to the EU I was there last week. €3 for a coffee (served by a waiter with a PhD on €800 a month) and taxes are 70%. Go Europe.

RT @ronanburtenshaw: The EU’s austerity package forced Greece to cut €34 million from its fire service in its latest budget, now it wants to claim credit for the firefighters putting their lives at risk. twitter.com/carlbildt/stat…

RT @ronanburtenshaw: The EU’s austerity package forced Greece to cut €34 million from its fire service in its latest budget, now it wants to claim credit for the firefighters putting their lives at risk. twitter.com/carlbildt/stat…

RT @ronanburtenshaw: The EU’s austerity package forced Greece to cut €34 million from its fire service in its latest budget, now it wants to claim credit for the firefighters putting their lives at risk. twitter.com/carlbildt/stat…

RT @ronanburtenshaw: The EU’s austerity package forced Greece to cut €34 million from its fire service in its latest budget, now it wants to claim credit for the firefighters putting their lives at risk. twitter.com/carlbildt/stat…

RT @ronanburtenshaw: This article was published 8 years ago. EU austerity packages have forced Greece to impose cuts on its fire service every year since. businessinsider.com/after-budget-c…

RT @ekathimerini: #Greek diplomatic sources say Russian claims of alleged US pressure on Greece to expel Russian diplomats 'are entirely unfounded. Russians seem to have a difficulty understanding that a small state is able to defend its national interests'

RT @HistoryTime_: The word "idiot" has its origins in ancient Greece; "idiotes" meant a "private citizen" who did not take part in public/political life and concerned himself only with private affairs. These people were seen as self-centered and dishonorable. https://t.co/ac6Therk8T