Tsipras leads the line as New Democracy has victory and majority in its sights
Mitsotakis seeks inspiration from Cyprus as SYRIZA faces domestic mire
SYRIZA lines up more relief measures to entice voters
In latest election pledge, Tsipras vows to ditch lower tax-free threshold
SYRIZA seeks to bolster post-MoU narrative with early IMF repayment
Confrontation over graft claims moves into overdrive
Talk of negative impact from political risk sees tightening of Greek polls
The sense that Greece is in a full swing election campaign grew on Monday, as New Democracy and SYRIZA traded serious accusations, while Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras warned that political instability is undermining the local economy.
Stournaras caused raised eyebrows when he claimed in a speech that “liquidity in the market is decreasing at a fast pace ... and the risk of irreparable damage for the Greek economy is now great.”
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