PM takes to stage in Davos as migration worries persist at home
New president receives strong endorsement, hints at areas of interest
PM brings law and order back onto agenda as foreign policy issues dominate
PM trails switch in tax cuts, admits misstep in approach to migration
Mitsotakis eyes multiple benefits after nominating top judge to be first female president
ND's electoral bill put before MPs as PM mulls options for president
Govt rebuffs uncomfortable reports on money laundering, unpaid contributions
The government has been put on the defensive as a result of a couple of reports in the international media, while Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has had to step up efforts to improve North Macedonia’s chances of being allowed to start its European Union accession process, a far cry from New Democracy’s fierce opposition to the Prespes Agreement just months ago.
A report in the Financial Times on Thursday highlighted a last-minute amendment by the Justice Ministry to the changes being made to the penal code. The alteration allows people suspected of criminal fraud and money laundering to have access to their fr...
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