Late switch smashes accord over postal vote, but marriage equality compromise still intact
Government dampens expectations for handouts in PM's speech
Androulakis keeps coalition options open as polls suggest deadlock likely in first vote
Move to block far-right fuels conflict between ND and SYRIZA
SYRIZA sets sights on "progressive coalition" after first ballot
ND hangs on to lead but decisive election victory hangs in balance
Parties give first hint of strategies in reaction to poll announcement
Political parties in Greece kicked into full election mode after the prime minister announced that he plans to go to the polls on May 21.
With the ruling party’s lead slashed in the aftermath of the rail crash at Tempe, the country’s political forces are giving their first clear indications about how they plan to navigate what was already shaping up to be a procedurally tricky contest.
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