Govt’s “zero tolerance” approach to violent protest provokes accusations of authoritarianism
Xi's visit carries promise of closer Sino-Greek political, economic ties
Mitsotakis shifts focus to tax plan, investment, law and order
Energy bill also unveiled as legislative activity intensifies
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Bailout review differences feed speculation about Tsipras turning to elections
Speculation is growing in Greece about the possibility that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras might resort to snap elections if he is not able to secure the kind of agreement that he wants with lenders as part of the first bailout review.
Government spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili has been denying reports of early elections for the last few weeks but the rumours were fuelled by Defence Minister and Independent Greeks leader Panos Kammenos who made a reference to an early recourse to the ball...
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