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  • Photo by Panayiotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Coalition puts on fresh face but poll sees support draining away

    PoliticsGreek Politics

    The government’s new spokesman, Dimitris Tzanakopoulos, (the 34-year-old who headed Alexis Tsipras’s political office since last year) made his first appearance in his new role on Tuesday but the latest opinion poll underlines that the coalition will need much more than fresh, young faces to revive its fortunes.

  • New Democracy seeks higher ground in escalating TV permits row

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    A new chapter in the ongoing saga relating to Greece’s TV licences is due to be written this week, with the government hoping to recover from the blow dealt by the Council of State and New Democracy hoping to inflict further damage on the coalition.

  • TV licencing becomes key political battleground after court verdict

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    After suffering the blow of seeing its centrepiece legislation on TV licences being shot down by the Council of State, Alexis Tsipras and his government are seeking a way to rebound and deflect accusations of incompetence or attempting to control the media and the judiciary.

  • Photo by Joe Gratz via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/bkUna Court delivers serious blow over TV permits, gov't vows to fight on

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    The ruling that the government feared materialised late on Wednesday night, when the Council of State deemed that the recent tender leading to four bidders gaining TV licences and existing channels being prevented from continuing to broadcast was unconstitutional.

  • New episode in Greek TV drama

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    The suspense continues. A high court will hear a case against the government over its TV licensing overhaul that has triggered an ugly public spat over corruption, the judiciary, and influence over the news media.

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