Macron visit gives Tsipras chance to build ties, refocus
Fires latest obstacle to coalition's momentum-building efforts
Relief for coalition as wildfire threat subsides
SYRIZA tests PASOK waters with talk of possible alliance
Thessaloniki bus firm row adds to public sector challenges
Coalition's ideological contrasts highlighted but Kammenos quashes rift talk
After criticism over public sector jobs, gov't names new revenues chief
The government’s approach to public sector appointments has drawn negative publicity in recent weeks, even causing European Union officials to publicly express concern about how SYRIZA and Independent Greeks are treating the civil service.
Earlier this week, an EU official suggested that SYRIZA is betraying its pledge to stand for meritocracy and transparency. The case of 60 out of 72 hospital doctors being forced to resign was raised.
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