Govt in tight spot as opposition questions lockdown easing priorities

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, New Democracy, SYRIZA, Tourism
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The mantra of “Easter in the village” seems unlikely to become a reality for Greeks next month, as comments from government and church officials suggest that travel between regions will not be allowed in time for Holy Week next week.

With a series of other politically charged decisions on reopening expected in the coming days, opposition parties are beginning to question the government’s planning for tourism while pushing harder for the reopening of catering and other activities.

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