PASOK and SYRIZA turn up heat on govt as surveillance case realigns political forces
No let-up in pressure over spying scandal as govt unveils intelligence agency changes
Questions linger following PM's statement on surveillance of political rival
PM prepares response as pressure over spying scandal mounts
Spying scandal triggers high-level resignations, serious questions for government and PM
Numbers stacking up for PM to announce winter relief package
New Democracy seeks higher ground in escalating TV permits row
A new chapter in the ongoing saga relating to Greece’s TV licences is due to be written this week, with the government hoping to recover from the blow dealt by the Council of State and New Democracy hoping to inflict further damage on the coalition.
A new cross-party attempt to appoint a board at the National Council for Radio and Television (ESR) is due to take place in Parliament on Monday afternoon but this was prefaced by the government and New Democracy picking up where they left off last week...
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