Tsipras claims he is in no hurry to call elections after bailout exit
Parties mark out battle lines for next elections
Coalition picks out positives from lenders' deal, clashes over political violence
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
Tension between coalition and political opponents here to stay
Even though Greece’s lenders are turning their attention towards debt relief and the programme exit, two of the most valuable political prizes Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras wants to claim ahead of the next elections, the government still seems to believe it can gain from tension with its political opponents.
Proceedings regarding the preliminary judicial inquiry into the Novartis affair were due to begin on Monday, with members of the committee expected to vote SYRIZA MP Theodoros Dritsas as the panel’s chairman.
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