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PEACE OF GREECE

TWO WARRING FACTIONS

VENIZELOS A SICK MAN

THREATENS TO LEAVE AGAIN.

(DNITSD PRESS ASSOCIATION.—COPTRIGHT.)' (AUSTKALIAN-METV ZEALAND CABLE ASSOCIATION.)

(ReceivecU9th January, 10 a.m.) LONDON, 8th1 January

The Athens" correspondent of the "Daily Express"" says that the peace of Greece depends on,the {.ate of the exiled King. The Republican extremists would plunge Greece into a fiercer revolution. They wish to establish General Pangalos as dictator, eliminate all political opposition, proclaim a Republic without a plebiscite, and then reorganise the army in. order to reconquer Eastern Thrace. ' '' ■ ' '

The Assembly is of opinion that M. Venizelos has lost his fighting qualities. He seenis bent on reconciliation. He had a long interview in Paris with Colonel Motaxas, the Royalist leader. If Venizelos fails, the Liberal Party will be dissolved, and the Republicans will hold the field.

Tour eminent physicians are atteading M. Venizelos, who is suffering from heart weakness. M. Venizelos has written to the Liberal Party that unless a constitutional Cabinet is formed this week, he will leave Greece;

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PEACE OF GREECE, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924

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PEACE OF GREECE Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924

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