Mitsotakis targets public sector malaise as MPs scrutinise railway safety
New Democracy pins hopes on minimum wage hike to reverse poll losses
Tsipras tries to keep spotlight on ND, talks up election chances
ND's opinion poll decline thrusts PASOK back into spotlight
Sensing weakened government, opposition pushes back against blame-sharing for rail accident
ND turns sights on public servants as train crash prompts drop in ratings
Tsipras tries to use Brussels warning to his political advantage
Alexis Tsipras attempted on Thursday to turn the latest criticism from Greece’s lenders to his political advantage as he continues to search for an edge over his rival, Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
In a pre-arranged statement to journalists outside of his office, the prime minister reacted to the third enhanced surveillance report public on Wednesday, in which the European Commission set out its concerns about whether this year’s fiscal targets wi...
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