Election date seen hanging in balance as PM weighs pros and cons

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Corruption, Elections, Far Right, Mitsotakis, New Democracy
Photo via www.primeminister.gr
Photo via www.primeminister.gr

Until Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis announces the date of the elections this year, speculation will only intensify about the day on which Greeks will head to the polls, with a number of factors weighing on the PM’s decision.

Mitsotakis has already indicated that the ballot, the first of possibly at least two, will be held at some point from April onwards. The date that was seen as most likely by the local media and commentators was April 9 as it would be week before Greek O...

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