PM eyes pre-election prize as enhanced surveillance draws to conclusion

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, SYRIZA
Photo via Fosphotos
Photo via Fosphotos

Greece’s imminent exit from the enhanced surveillance regime that followed its three adjustment programmes was confirmed on Thursday, providing the government with another “selling point” it could use on the path to the next elections.

The meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Thursday resulted in a statement confirming that Greece will be able to exit from enhanced surveillance on August 20 after four years of close monitoring by its European partners. Also, the Eurogroup approved...

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