Coalition hopes to ride out pension and tax dispute with farmers

PoliticsGreek Politics

There were signs on Monday of a possible thaw in the frosty relations between the government and the farmers, whose protest against tax and pension reforms in Athens on Friday increased the tension between the two sides.

Agricultural Development Minister Vangelis Apostolou said on Monday that the government had started receiving requests for a meeting from some farmers’ unions and that he is hopeful talks with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can be arranged in the coming ...

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