The first party conference under new leader Nikos Androulakis showcased a newly confident PASOK-KINAL, at the start of what political observers in Greece see as a protracted campaigning season.
Despite government officials publicly dismissing the latest round of rumours about snap polls this autumn, the speculation persists as a new week gets underway and has been augmented by suggestions that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis may carry out a cabinet reshuffle in the coming days to prepare his administration for the election campaign.
The final report linked to the reviews that formed part of the enhanced surveillance framework Greece has been operating under since the summer of 2018, was released yesterday, signaling the end of another chapter in the Greek crisis.
Greece’s travel balance recorded a surplus of 77 million euros in March, from 63 million euros in February, according to Bank of Greece (BoG) data released on Monday.
Tension between Greece and Turkey is brewing again in the Aegean. Athens strongly condemned the incursion of two Turkish fighter jets within 2.5 nautical miles of Alexandroupolis on Friday.
Growth in industrial turnover continues in Mar as manufacturing, petroleum products lead 38.3 pct rise
Greece’s industrial turnover growth remained strong in March, rising by 38.3 percent year-on-year (YoY), from a slightly upwards revised 34 percent in February, according to data released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) on Friday.
A lot has happened in the two years since Kyriakos Mitsotakis, freshly elected as Greek PM, took to the stage at the UN General Assembly in 2019 to launch “a new, ambitious, national strategy on energy and climate change” for Greece, a strategy which was outlined and quantified in the National Energy and Climate Plan adopted a few months later.
With national elections due in the next 12 months, The Agora podcast takes a closer look at PASOK’s return to the centre stage and what this means for Greek politics.