ND sees limited political threats on path to next year's elections

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: EC, Energy, Institutions, New Democracy, Turkey
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The government reportedly sees the energy crisis and relations with Turkey as the two crucial political issues for the months ahead, apparently believing that the worst is over as far as the wiretapping affair is concerned, although developments on that issue have not stopped despite the parliamentary inquiry wrapping up proceedings on Friday.

According to a report in Kathimerini over the weekend, government officials believe that Turkey and the energy crisis are the two issues that could derail New Democracy’s attempts to gain a new mandate to govern at next year’s elections.

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