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Greece’s highest administrative court handed Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis a hot potato, in political and fiscal terms, on Tuesday, when it delivered a much-anticipated ruling on backpay for pensioners.
The Council of State ruled that money should be paid to pensioners for cuts they suffered up to 2012 and for the 11-month period between the court’s prior ruling in June 2015 and the so-called Katrougalos pension reform in May 2016.
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