Opposition parties vow to reverse public healthcare reforms
Government determined to push through hospital reforms in pre-election legislative sprint
SYRIZA gears up for looming elections as poll gap narrows
Opposition fails to make inroads in spyware hearing as denials continue
MPs aim to probe spyware as govt brushes off latest reports
Pension rises approved as public opinion teeters ahead of election year
New Democracy latches on to SYRIZA confusion over law and order
The government’s discomfort at having to take on activists has become increasingly obvious this week, providing New Democracy with ammunition for its attacks on the coalition on the “law and order” front.
The decision by police in Thessaloniki last week to clear squats in the northern city that were being used by activists to house refugees and migrants, prompting protesters to disrupt the Sunday service at Thessaloniki Cathedral, is still reverberating ...
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