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Changes to energy subsidies aimed at winning over middle class
Stressing that the energy crisis is an exogenous shock to Greek households and arguing that the European Union has failed to react decisively enough, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis outlined on Thursday the latest package of measures his government will adopt with the aim of easing the impact on consumers.
Although the main aim of his address was to assure voters, who are increasingly turning against the government, that New Democracy is aware of the difficulties they are facing and willing to provide support, Mitsotakis also wanted to get across the mess...
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