SYRIZA ploughs own furrow as farmers head to Athens for protest

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Agriculture, New Democracy, SYRIZA

As farmers head to Athens for what the government is hoping will be the climax of their protests, SYRIZA is on the verge of a deep crisis over the decisions being taken by its leader Stefanos Kasselakis.

Thousands of farmers and hundreds of tractors are due to head towards Syntagma Square on Tuesday for a protest in front of the Greek Parliament. In a TV interview on Monday night, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis stressed that the authorities would no...

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