Government looks to boost business-friendly credentials with visits, progress on investments
SYRIZA launches internal dialogue to tackle questions of identity, future direction
ND tries to stay on top of wildfire as court battle looms over Competition Commission
ND riles opposition with proposed appointment at public broadcaster
ND lining up tax, development and labour legislation for autumn
Last-minute labour amendment, university asylum law fuel political row as third bill passes
Tsipras facing decision over timing of vote on Prespes Agreement
The moment is approaching when Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have to take some vital decisions regarding the Macedonia name agreement, which looks set to trigger the end of SYRIZA’s coalition with Independent Greeks (ANEL).
Defence Minister Panos Kammenos, who leads ANEL, the junior partner in the government, reiterated on Thursday that he intends to step down when the Prespes Agreement reaches Parliament, which could be any time between January and March.
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