Wildfires and pandemic set political agenda as parties prepare for return to business

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Covid, Fires, New Democracy, SYRIZA
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The suppression of the previous week’s catastrophic wildfires and the traditional end of the Greek summer holiday season is giving the country’s political forces an opportunity to regroup and prepare the agenda for the return to business.

For the government this means expediting the support package for the fire victims and facing up to the new realities of the pandemic, while the opposition figures out how best to voice its mounting criticism of the handling on both fronts.

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