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As normal political activity resumes following Parliament’s summer recess, attention is turning to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair on September 11, with the local media pricing in a cabinet reshuffle shortly before or after his appearance in the northern port city.
Reports this weekend suggested that Mitsotakis is likely to make more substantial changes to his cabinet following the recent tweaks he made to his communications staff and the core team close to the PM. A wider reshuffle is seen as an opportunity for t...
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