Tsipras and Kammenos try to fend off rumours of deepening rift
New centre-left party keeps political options open at inaugural congress
Coalition tries to move focus back to scandals
Coalition struggles to contend with fallout from football crisis
PM sparks speculation with Theodorakis talks as centre-left gears up for congress
Football chairman's actions threaten to blow coalition off course again
Thessaloniki bus firm row adds to public sector challenges
The row about the appointment of Stelios Pappas, the father of Digital Policy Minister Nikos Pappas, as the new head of the Thessaloniki Urban Transport Organisation (OASTH) looks like it will rumble on through August but there is no sign that the coalition will back down on the matter.
In fact, the government seems determined to stand its ground and hit back at the opposition over its accusations of nepotism. The prime minister’s office became embroiled in the matter on Thursday when it issued a terse response to New Democracy’s criti...
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