Mitsotakis revives spectre of political instability as polls show ND lead diminished
Mitsotakis sets May 21 election date, eyes opposition MPs as potential allies
In search of majority, PM looks to bring back wavering voters
Complexities of post-election cooperation laid bare
PASOK's Androulakis eyes kingmaker role as margin between main players shrinks
PM targets elections in May as polls show outcome is finely balanced
Govt turns attention to more relief measures in absence of snap polls
Following the recent efforts by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to kill off speculation about snap elections, the government’s focus is turning to what measures it will be able to unveil over the coming months to win the support of voters ahead of the national vote, which now seems set for the end of New Democracy’s four-year term towards next summer.
Although the opposition remains unconvinced that Mitsotakis has genuinely abandoned plans to hold snap elections, media reports over the weekend insisted that the PM had weighed up his options and took it upon himself to decide against calling polls for...
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