Parties trade blows over name deal, corruption claims in fraught atmosphere
Name deal uncertainty set to continue despite ANEL attempt to clarify stance
Spotlight on To Potami as doubts surface about Macedonia name deal
Scandal allegations playing growing role in path towards elections
New Democracy increases pressure on potential supporters of Prespes Agreement
Mitsotakis on offensive over Macedonia name deal after Zaev comments
Parties vie for voters' attention as New Democracy prepares for congress
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was in Moscow to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday but at home, the government and opposition election machinery was picking up speed.
The coalition is continuing its efforts to convince voters that there is greater breathing room now that Greece is out of the third programme, but also that this space will be used to rectify previous injustices and heal the wounds created by the crisis.
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