Unpopular tax bill set to become law despite objections
PM focusses on fairness of tax bill, leaving limited space for opposition
SYRIZA rebels unveil new group as Kasselakis talks up EP vote prospects
Mitsotakis pushes for broad consensus after surprise announcement on postal vote
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Mitsotakis hopes tax bill tweaks will calm reactions in push to jump-start stalled reform agenda
Opposition questions true scale of PM's handouts, as speculation grows about snap polls
Opposition parties have been picking holes in New Democracy’s economic programme, which Finance Minister Christos Staikouras detailed on Monday following the prime minister’s address at the Thessaloniki International Fair.
The government laid out a raft of tax cuts and spending measures totalling 3.5 billion euros for 2020 and 2021, which party sources described as a “growth dividend”. However, left-wing opposition SYRIZA has responded by accusing Mitsotakis and New Democ...
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