Athens prepares to send draft budget to Brussels, lines up next tax measures
Mitsotakis eyes Christmas handout, tries to rally support for diaspora vote proposal
Despite ongoing budget talks, ND eyes more relief measures in coming months
ND sees budget as evidence of pledges being kept, SYRIZA highlights flaws
Parties gear up for clash over escalating migration challenge
Mitsotakis brushes off latest strike, opposition sides with protesters
Busy January ahead for coalition, which rebuffs accusations over Turkish airmen
The end of the Christmas and New Year festivities means that political life in Greece is set to return to its normal rhythm, with January promising to be a particularly busy month.
The most pressing target for the government is to complete the third review by January 22, when the Eurogroup is due to meet.
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