Tsipras picks holes in ND approach, unveils own spending proposals
Flooding, Covid-19 threat in Athens dominate ND's agenda
More Covid-19 measures on way for Athens as public concern grows
ND clarifies plans for emergency health system capacity as public mood over Covid-19 sours
Covid-19 puts pressure on health system, forces govt into more restrictions
Mitsotakis seeks to reassure on foreign policy, spending plans
PM and SYRIZA deaf to calls for compromise over president so far
The prospect of some kind of last minute deal emerging to secure the election of a president and averting snap elections in Greece is looking slim at the moment despite a growing number of government MPs openly stating their support for a compromise solution.
In the wake of the government’s presidential candidate, Stavros Dimas, receiving just 160 votes in the first ballot on Wednesday, two trends have emerged within the coalition’s ranks.
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