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Photo via www.syriza.gr Tsipras talks up prospects of snap elections

Alexis Tsipras has added to the ongoing speculation about snap polls in the autumn by indicating that he believes Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is preparing to call a general election several months ahead of schedule.

Photo by MacroPolis Parties balanced finely as build-up to next elections gathers pace

As speculation continues about the timing of the next elections, opinion polls are still suggesting that there can be no clear winner at the next ballot and that a second vote, under the electoral law passed by the current government, or even a coalition could be needed to form the next administration.

Mati Early summer fire highlights precariousness of snap election option

Although the cost-of-living crisis remains the number one concern for citizens and, therefore, for the government, which is frantically working on options for further relief, there was a reminder for Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis over the weekend that another disastrous wildfire season over the summer might destroy any plans to hold snap elections in the autumn.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Deal with Germany over arms to Ukraine irks opposition

The Greek government has come under fire from opposition parties at home after it was announced that it is engaging in an arms swap deal with Germany so that Athens can supply Ukraine with old army vehicles.

Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service Concerns about RRF growing as deadlines loom

There are growing concerns about whether the Greek government can keep up with the pace necessary to ensure the release of EU funding from the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) for a wide range of projects, while Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras has urged the authorities to ensure that the money goes to the appropriate enterprises.

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