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Photo by Panayiotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Tsipras points to tax cuts as example of bailout exit benefits

Alexis Tsipras argued in Parliament on Wednesday, as the coalition unveiled the details of this year’s “social dividend” and the reduction to ENFIA property level and corporation levy to be implemented next year, that his government is only now beginning to show its true colours as far as economic and fiscal policy are concerned.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Tsipras talks up 'positive' measures but polls show little impact so far

Emboldened by the success of rescuing pensions from further cuts next year and delivering a budget for 2019 that includes 910 million euros in “positive” measures, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras taunted his political rivals on Thursday even though opinion polls have yet to show any change in voters’ preferences.

Photo via @atsipras Pension deal rekindles speculation about election date

The government getting its way over the pension cuts that had been lined up for 2019, but which will no longer be included in next year’s budget, has rekindled speculation about when Alexis Tsipras would prefer to hold elections.

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