Govt rushes in new energy measures as Brussels decision on gas price cap deferred
Migration back on main political agenda
PM voices concerns about tricky first ballot in next year's elections
Government seizes crisis moment to boost investment in energy infrastructure
ND sees limited political threats on path to next year's elections
Frustrated Androulakis rounds off surveillance inquiry as issue fails to gain traction
ND struggles to shift spotlight away from wiretapping fallout
New Democracy’s efforts to shift attention away from the spying scandal are being tripped up by the continued muddled messaging emanating from the ruling centre-right party, which is hoping that Greece’s imminent exit from the enhanced surveillance of its lenders and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair next month will prove welcome distractions.
The conservatives’ attempts to shift the focus onto other matters was undermined on Thursday by one of their own MPs, when Haralambos Athanasiou, who is also deputy parliamentary speaker, suggested that there were circumstances in which the National Int...
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