Govt rushes in new energy measures as Brussels decision on gas price cap deferred
Migration back on main political agenda
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
New Democracy sticks by snap polls call as gov't looks to probe, tender for relief
Following Tuesday night’s tempestuous debate in Parliament, New Democracy stole a march on an apparently unprepared government by tabling on Wednesday a proposal for a parliamentary committee to investigate last year’s bailout negotiations, the imposition of capital controls and the bank recapitalisation.
Even if it is formed, the committee is unlikely to produce any significant results as the coalition’s majority on the panel would block any common findings. Of course, it would be embarrassing for the government to have MPs raking over last year’s error...
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