Coalition eyes electoral change, polls show wide lead for New Democracy
Tsipras moves forward with name talks as domestic balance comes into focus
Parties mull changes to electoral law, top judge resigns
New Democracy proceeds with renewal, puts centrists under pressure
Splits and alliances on leaders' minds as thoughts turn to next elections
Pension cuts due in 2019 fuel political battle, election talk
Creation of unified social security fund poses new challenge for govt
The war of words between the government and New Democracy over the ongoing review has intensified and will undoubtedly be the main political battleground in the weeks to come.
New Democracy argues that by agreeing to extend the fiscal brake, the government is essentially preparing to accept a four memorandum of understanding with its lenders, which will include high primary surplus targets for the years to come.
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