Imminent end for enhanced surveillance offers boost to beleaguered govt

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Budget, New Democracy, Pensions
Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service
Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service

Amid the incessant pressure it is facing on many fronts, led by the cost-of-living, budgetary constraints and the pandemic, there is a potential bright spot for the government in terms of a timely exit from the enhanced surveillance setup this summer.

The fourteenth post-programme review is currently taking place and appears to be going smoothly, setting Greece on a path towards exiting the regime, which it entered after exiting the third bailout in 2018. At a joint online press conference with Finan...

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