Media freedom concerns continue to bedevil Mitsotakis govt as EC takes note
New energy subsidy scheme nearing launch as public remains sceptical
PASOK-KINAL emerges reunited from first conference under Androulakis leadership
Reshuffle speculation follow snap polls rumours as ND enjoys ratings bounce
Speculation about snap polls after summer revived by PM's US trip
Scant recognition of energy crisis in draft climate law, but EU package may force tougher targets
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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