New Democracy's 2021 agenda focusses on reforms, social support

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, New Democracy, Reforms
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With the national Covid-19 vaccination plan under way and pressure on hospitals slowly easing, the final cabinet meeting of 2020 turned its focus on the government’s agenda for the coming year.

The 2021 policy plan which was published in summary form this week, rests on six pillars: business-friendly reforms to attract investments; the green transition; boosting skills; reforming public administration; the digital transition; and bolstering th...

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