Parties clash on surveillance bill as PM insists he is putting national security first
Opposition parties continue to pursue wiretap claims, as surveillance bill passes first hurdle
PM offers uniformed personnel bonus as surveillance bill attracts more criticism
Tsipras pushes for more thorough probe into mounting wiretap allegations
Opposition parties vow to reverse public healthcare reforms
Government determined to push through hospital reforms in pre-election legislative sprint
PM goes big on minimum wage increase, but opposition unmoved
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has been pinning his hopes on a pre-Easter minimum wage rise to boost the fortunes of his party which is being blamed for skyrocketing energy bills and high prices.
The announcement on Wednesday exceeds most recommendations by employers and institutions, but was greeted with disdain by the opposition.
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