ND struggles to shift spotlight away from wiretapping fallout
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
Govt offers pensioners 1.4 bln in backpay, opposition questions decision
The long-awaited decision on compensating pensioners for retirement pay cuts ruled unconstitutional by Greece’s highest administrative court was unveiled by PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis in Parliament on Wednesday.
While the government sought to present the development in a positive light, the decision to limit backpay awards to just main pensions has provoked fierce criticism from the opposition, and has prompted experts to warn of fresh legal challenges.
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