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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis ended weeks of speculation by announcing that low-paid pensioners and people with disabilities are to receive a year-end payment to help with skyrocketing living costs. The announcement, which was made in Parliament during a special debate on inflation, provoked angry reactions from the opposition parties, who deemed the measures inadequate and hastily drawn-up.
Mitsotakis outlined government plans for a special payments package totalling 338.5 million euros. The package includes an extra half-salary for 100,000 healthcare workers and paramedics. Totalling 90 million euros, this is the only measure that had bee...
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