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Image: NATO Turkey climbs up agenda as snap election expectations grow

Although there were no signs on Wednesday of Greece and Turkey being at loggerheads at the NATO summit in Madrid, concern among voters about relations between Athens and Ankara appears to have shot up since last month, according to a new opinion poll.

SYRIZA reproaches PM and ministers over wealth declarations, loans

The annual publication of politicians’ derivation of wealth forms (known as pothen esches in Greek) has sparked a reaction from main opposition party SYRIZA, which is attempting to portray Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his ministers as members of a privileged elite who have little connection with the average voter.

Image: www.primeminister.gr Subsidies fuel pre-election mood as SYRIZA starts preparing

For those expecting snap polls in a few months, the government’s announcements about the latest inflation-busting measures on Tuesday were the latest evidence needed to back up the theory that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will call a snap vote towards the end of the summer.

Photo via https://flic.kr/p/4jiDas Handling of energy crisis under fire as gas interruption tests supply security

The government continued to face criticism for its response to the energy crisis on the day it announced an extension of its fuel voucher scheme. Opposition parties are calling for more radical measures, as an interruption of gas supplies from Russia is set to provide a first crash test of the country’s energy security planning.

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