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Surveillance scandal produces more damaging revelations for ND

Just as Kyriakos Mitsotakis arrived in New York for a series of high-level meetings before his address to the United Nations general assembly later this week, the prime minister’s administration was beset by further problems at home as the parliamentary inquiry into the surveillance scandal took a surprising, and potentially damaging, turn.

Photo by MacroPolis ND moves to discredit SYRIZA programme, muses over far-right alliance

Alexis Tsipras has been accused of making empty promises, as government figures react to the SYRIZA programme presented over the weekend. A row has erupted over the costing of the opposition’s pledges, as New Democracy warns that spending excesses under SYRIZA will bring a return to bailouts.

Photo by MacroPolis Govt unveils affordable housing scheme, but struggles to shunt wiretapping aside

Following Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s appearance in Thessaloniki over the weekend, when he set out a raft of policies aimed at tackling the cost-of-living crisis, the government has tried again to move the focus of the political debate back to its proposed measures even though the opposition remains focussed on delving deeper into the phonetapping scandal.

Photo by MacroPolis SYRIZA, PASOK leaders prepare responses to stark choice presented by PM

As SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras and PASOK chief Nikos Androulakis prepare to travel to Thessaloniki to provide their responses to Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s speech at the trade fair on Saturday, the surveillance scandal continues to be a bone of contention between the government and the opposition.

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