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
Cabinet reshuffle leaves some bitterness within SYRIZA
Alexis Tsipras’s new cabinet has mostly been welcomed as an attempt to conclude the second review and improve the government’s capacity in certain areas but on Monday it became apparent that the changes have not all been embraced by his party.
As ministers handed over responsibilities to their successors, outgoing Education Minister Nikos Fylis let rip. Fylis was ousted entirely from the government in the wake of a fierce row with the Church of Greece over religion classes in schools, which c...
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