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PM checks up on wildfire strategy, vital to election plans

The government is hoping that forest fires will not prove as destructive as they did last summer, thereby not resulting in New Democracy taking another hit to its ratings and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis having the option of calling elections early, this autumn, if he wants.

Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Media freedom concerns continue to bedevil Mitsotakis govt as EC takes note

Pressure is piling on the Greek government to respond to the findings of recent reports which highlight a deterioration in conditions for the domestic media. Under increasing scrutiny by the European Commission, the Mitsotakis administration is now promising greater transparency and protection for journalists.

New energy subsidy scheme nearing launch as public remains sceptical

The government submitted to Parliament on Tuesday an amendment paving the way for the latest energy subsidy scheme to be launched in the coming weeks, a programme New Democracy hopes will assuage the public and win back some of the support it has lost over the last few months as the cost-of-living crisis has gripped Greek households.

Photo by MacroPolis Reshuffle speculation follow snap polls rumours as ND enjoys ratings bounce

Despite government officials publicly dismissing the latest round of rumours about snap polls this autumn, the speculation persists as a new week gets underway and has been augmented by suggestions that Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis may carry out a cabinet reshuffle in the coming days to prepare his administration for the election campaign.

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