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  • New energy subsidy scheme nearing launch as public remains sceptical

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    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 via https://flic.kr/p/2jr5z2o Govt finds devil is in detail for windfall tax on power companies

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s pledge to tax the “windfall” profits of power companies appeared to provide a neat solution to aspects of the ongoing energy crisis, however as details emerge it is becoming a source of more political controversy.

  • Photo by EC - Audiovisual Service Much riding on EU approval of plan to cap energy prices

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    The government is hoping to receive approval from the European Commission for its plan, set out by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis in a recent televised address, to cap energy prices for consumers – a policy that is the main weapon in New Democracy’s bid to fight back against the cost-of-living crisis and its political opponents.

  • Image: MacroPolis Changes to energy subsidies aimed at winning over middle class

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    Stressing that the energy crisis is an exogenous shock to Greek households and arguing that the European Union has failed to react decisively enough, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis outlined on Thursday the latest package of measures his government will adopt with the aim of easing the impact on consumers.

  • Photo via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/VWenrM Athens promotes role as energy hub as PM prepares for talks in Washington

    PoliticsForeign Policy

    In a highly symbolic move aimed at underlining the determination of Balkan countries to find alternatives to Russian gas, the Prime Ministers of Greece, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Serbia will meet on Tuesday in the northeastern Greek city of Alexandroupolis.

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