Govt unveils affordable housing scheme, but struggles to shunt wiretapping aside

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Housing, Institutions, New Democracy, Parliament, PASOK-KINAL, SYRIZA
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Following Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s appearance in Thessaloniki over the weekend, when he set out a raft of policies aimed at tackling the cost-of-living crisis, the government has tried again to move the focus of the political debate back to its proposed measures even though the opposition remains focussed on delving deeper into the phonetapping scandal.

Ministers fleshed out on Thursday the subsidised housing scheme for young Greeks that Mitsotakis outlined during his speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair. The programme envisions up to 10,000 Greeks aged between 25 and 39 receiving low-interest...

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