Coalition optimistic about pension cuts deal as it readies reduction to contributions
With eye on elections, Tsipras talks up public sector hirings
Tsipras seeks to build political capital from "positive" measures
Tsipras reaches settlement with church, aiming to subdue critics
Mitsotakis responds to Tsipras challenge with proposals for broad changes to constitution
Hospital report gets ball rolling in coalition effort to target former governments
As budget talks drag on, parties focus on inflicting damage via graft claims
In the absence of a concrete agreement with the institutions over whether next year’s pre-legislated pension cuts can be cancelled, the domestic political agenda is being taken up by the parties trading accusations over alleged corruption.
A meeting of the Euro Working Group (EWG) on Thursday did not lead to a firm decision regarding the 2019 draft budget that Greece submitted to the European Commission earlier this month. It appears that there is still concern on the lenders’ side that t...
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