Mitsotakis not taking majority for granted despite encouraging poll numbers
Opinion poll offers Mitsotakis encouragement in quest for majority
Tax policy propelled to top of agenda for second elections
ND raises tax concerns in bid to prevent voters moving to PASOK
ND aims to see off threat from right, with focus on fringe religious party
Mitsotakis sticks with stability mantra as SYRIZA looks for new approach
ND turns tables on SYRIZA over sleaze, tweaks stance on ex-king's funeral
Just hours after deciding that ex-King Constantine II would be buried without any state honours, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was forced to soften his position slightly amid a backlash from the right wing of his party and some conservative commentators.
At the same time, the government went on the attack over the issue of sleaze amid claims that a businessman helped fund the previous SYRIZA administration secretly.
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