Parliamentary inquiry to handle bribery claims as parties build differing narratives
Parties clash over Novartis allegations in sign of things to come
Coalition and opposition gear up for battle over Novartis claims
New Democracy turns up heat on Tsipras and Kammenos
Athens takes cautious approach to Turkish words and actions
Tsipras confirms Parliament will probe contentious Novartis bribery claims
SYRIZA in tight spot over strikes but poll deficit still closing
The imminent visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan means that the main focus of the Greek government for the rest of the week will be on foreign policy issues.
This could represent a welcome break for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his cabinet, who despite reaching a staff-level agreement with the institutions on time, have had to defend themselves against criticism from the opposition parties, unions and a...
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