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Much riding on EU approval of plan to cap energy prices
The government is hoping to receive approval from the European Commission for its plan, set out by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in a recent televised address, to cap energy prices for consumers – a policy that is the main weapon in New Democracy’s bid to fight back against the cost-of-living crisis and its political opponents.
Last Thursday, on the eve of New Democracy’s party conference and with his government under pressure, Mitsotakis announced a plan to limit energy bills in what observers see as a move designed to win over disgruntled middle class voters.
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