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
New Democracy's internal disputes continue to pester Mitsotakis
The Greek political scene is going through a brief lull as Parliament waits to vote on the measures the government is due to finalise with the lenders in the coming days, but New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis was called into action this week amid minor unrest in his party.
The conservatives announced on Tuesday that Athens MP Katerina Papakosta would be removed from her position as shadow health minister and replaced by Iason Fotilas, who joined the party after defecting from centrist To Potami a few months ago.
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