Government under pressure from TV permit and Attica Bank claims

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New Democracy increased the pressure on the government on Wednesday by suggesting that the recent TV licence tender had fallen apart in “legal, political and moral” terms, with the conservatives sensing that the coalition may be brought down by the collection of apparent scandals that have emerged over the past days.

The Council of State, Greece’s highest administrative court, is set to give in the next few weeks its final verdict on the appeals against the tender by several of the country’s existing channels. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has already attracted nega...

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