Govt plays down Omicron threat despite wariness and high Covid death rate
Govt holds firm on no lockdown as health system teeters
Public sector hires under scrutiny again with more in the pipeline
Parties at loggerheads over inquiry into media handouts
Surprise handout announcement provokes storm of criticism from opposition
PM to address inflation as polls show wear and tear for govt
Athens in search of counter-measures to secure MPs' support for potential deal
A trade-off between the fiscal measures being demanded by the institutions and steps aimed at lightening the burden on taxpayers appear to be the main focus of the Greek government at the moment.
The coalition seems to believe that if the lenders agree to a range of tax cuts (subject to beating fiscal targets) being included in the agreement, it may have a deal that it can present to its MPs confident that they will approve it.
If you are already registered, please sign in.
A tailor-made service for professionals
Apart from having access to all our analysis and data, subscribers will be able to consult one-on-one with our analysts.
Read some of our analysis for no charge
By signing up to MacroPolis, readers will be able to read two of our articles without charge each month. They will not have access to our data or weekly e-newsletter.
Our analysis and data at your fingertips
Subscribers will be able to read the full range of our articles, access our statistics and charts, and receive our weekly e-newsletter for €450 per year.€480.00