Govt delivers diaspora vote, leads polls but receives Hellinikon complaint

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, New Democracy, Privatisations

A rare moment of consensus has led to Greek Parliament allowing Greeks living abroad to vote in national elections from their country of residence as a new wide-ranging opinion poll indicates New Democracy is still dominating its rivals.

However, the prevailing positivity was tainted somewhat by complaints about the troubled Hellinkon development after one of the potential investors claimed that the tender process may have been compromised.

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