SYRIZA seeks to re-connect with left through contested university changesPoliticsGreek Politics
The government approved on Wednesday a tertiary education bill that it says will introduce greater fairness at Greek universities, but which most opposition parties see as an attempt to challenge the idea of excellence.
Government rounds off legislative activity, Mitsotakis offers alternative on educationPoliticsGreek Politics
The Greek government is trying to wrap up its legislative activity before the summer break so that it can then focus on different tasks from September.
Government stalls possible bond issue, clashes again with judiciaryPoliticsGreek Politics
It appears that plans for a trial bond issue have been shelved for the time being by the government.
Parliament debate yields little, wait for bailout tranche goes onPoliticsGreek Politics
A debate in Parliament on Monday which lasted more than seven hours failed to provide Greeks with a clearer picture about their immediate future as the government and opposition parties crossed swords.
PASOK launches attempt to form alliance that would rival SYRIZAPoliticsGreek Politics
PASOK leader Fofi Gennimata has initiated a process aimed at creating a new centre-left alliance that could compete with SYRIZA for votes in the future.
Tsipras tries to resolve trash row as opposition goes on offensivePoliticsGreek Politics
The government looks set to overcome one of the domestic problems that has been troubling it over the last few days but others are likely to fester.