Greek Politics

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PM hopes to return from Biden talks with spring in his step

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s visit to Washington started on a cordial note, giving the government in Athens some positive news on the international scene after a bruising few weeks struggling to contain the cost-of-living crisis at home.

Photo via Govt finds devil is in detail for windfall tax on power companies

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s pledge to tax the “windfall” profits of power companies appeared to provide a neat solution to aspects of the ongoing energy crisis, however as details emerge it is becoming a source of more political controversy.

Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service Much riding on EU approval of plan to cap energy prices

The government is hoping to receive approval from the European Commission for its plan, set out by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in a recent televised address, to cap energy prices for consumers – a policy that is the main weapon in New Democracy’s bid to fight back against the cost-of-living crisis and its political opponents.

PM sets out path to next elections as PASOK restores traditional name

Buoyed by the 3.2-billion-euro energy relief package he announced last week, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis set out at New Democracy’s conference, which was held from Friday to Sunday, his ideas for the party’s and Greece’s future, insisting that elections will take place in a year.

Image: MacroPolis Changes to energy subsidies aimed at winning over middle class

Stressing that the energy crisis is an exogenous shock to Greek households and arguing that the European Union has failed to react decisively enough, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis outlined on Thursday the latest package of measures his government will adopt with the aim of easing the impact on consumers.

Image: SYRIZA on front foot over energy prices as poll gap narrows further

Until the government announces a reported 5-billion-euro package of measures aimed at containing energy prices, SYRIZA senses that it has an opportunity to erode further New Democracy’s lead in the opinion polls by appearing more proactive than its rival.

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