Govt’s “zero tolerance” approach to violent protest provokes accusations of authoritarianism
Xi's visit carries promise of closer Sino-Greek political, economic ties
Mitsotakis shifts focus to tax plan, investment, law and order
Energy bill also unveiled as legislative activity intensifies
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Small parties suffer as Parliament edges towards vote on name deal
Parliament is due to vote on the Prespes Agreement on Thursday amid an increasingly fraught political environment that is putting huge pressure on Greece’s smaller parties.
Centrist To Potami has been left without a parliamentary group after two of its remaining five MPs announced their departures yesterday. Giorgos Amyras and Grigoris Psarianos had made it clear for some time that they would not vote for the Macedonia nam...
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