Growing Covid threat foils government's attempt to look ahead

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, Debt, New Democracy, Pensions
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The government’s efforts to look ahead to the second half of its four-year term and the recovery from the pandemic appear to be losing traction by the day as the coronavirus becomes an ever more dominant part of the daily political agenda in Greece.

The decision taken on Saturday to impose a night-time curfew on the high-profile island of Mykonos after a spike on Covid cases there attracted much domestic and international attention over the weekend. Reports suggest that similar restrictions could b...

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