PM voices concerns about tricky first ballot in next year's elections
Government seizes crisis moment to boost investment in energy infrastructure
ND sees limited political threats on path to next year's elections
Frustrated Androulakis rounds off surveillance inquiry as issue fails to gain traction
Govt Covid record questioned, as report highlights disparities in hospital death rates
Rising contributions spark concern in key voter groups
Coalition to gain more support for president but still short of 180
The government looks certain to build today on the 160 votes it received in the first presidential election but the second ballot is likely to leave much ground to be covered before the final election on December 29.
Another five independent MPs (Mika Iatridi, Konstantinos Giovanopoulos, Panayiotis Melas, Yiannis Kourakos and Vassilis Economou) have said they will vote for the government’s candidate after voting “present” in the first ballot. All five changed their ...
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