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Photo by MacroPolis ND sees limited political threats on path to next year's elections

The government reportedly sees the energy crisis and relations with Turkey as the two crucial political issues for the months ahead, apparently believing that the worst is over as far as the wiretapping affair is concerned, although developments on that issue have not stopped despite the parliamentary inquiry wrapping up proceedings on Friday.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Rising contributions spark concern in key voter groups

Apart from turning a primary deficit into a surplus in what is expected to be a low-growth environment next year, the government is also facing another challenging balancing act as it will have raise social security contributions for the self-employed despite pledging lower levies for employers and employees.

Image: www.primeminister.gr Cost-of-living, surveillance developments encourage ND to target majority in 2023

Following his numerous appearances in New York and the latest opinion polls showing that New Democracy has so far suffered minimal damage from the surveillance scandal, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is looking ahead to the upcoming election campaign with greater optimism and a growing sense that his party may be able to secure a parliamentary majority.

Mitsotakis counters Erdogan claims at UN, makes case for cooperation

In his address to the 77th United Nations General Assembly last Friday, Kyriakos Mitsotakis chose to point out the benefits of a peaceful and cooperative atmosphere between Greece and Turkey, but also to draw his government’s red lines vis a vis Turkey’s revisionist policies, making it clear that security, stability, and territorial integrity are non-negotiable for Athens.

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