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  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos PM yields on energy windfall tax as govt feels strain

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    As his government continues to slide in the opinion polls, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has pledged to impose a windfall tax on energy companies if they make excess profits from rising bills. He also ruled out snap elections or a change to the electoral law.

  • Tsipras berates govt over treatment of pensioners

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    Alexis Tsipras attempted to connect with pensioners on Friday – an electoral group with which his SYRIZA party has limited appeal, but which the opposition leader seems to believe he can entice given the current concerns about the cost of living.

  • Photo by Natasha Pantazopoulou/Fosphotos SYRIZA challenges govt over Covid deaths again as pandemic numbers rise

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    Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is set to make a televised address on Wednesday to unveil his government’s latest attempt at combatting the cost-of-living crisis, but SYRIZA is trying to push the issue of Covid-related deaths back up the political agenda.

  • Photo via https://flic.kr/p/2b9vcaC Enhanced support package on way to combat inflation, as govt awaits crucial nod from EU

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    Details are emerging of the government’s plans for further economic support measures to cushion the effects of the war in Ukraine on inflation. With the cost set to balloon over the coming weeks, the stance adopted by the EU will be crucial in determining how far the Finance Ministry can go to counterbalance cost-of-living rises.

  • Govt readies additional inflation relief package, draws up new budget

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    The government is set to announce later this week the enhanced package of relief measures aimed at cushioning the impact of the war in Ukraine on Greek businesses and households but also insulating New Democracy from potential voter dissatisfaction.

  • Hopes of EU providing immediate relief wane as economic challenges multiply

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    The first day of the EU leaders’ summit in Versailles on Thursday did not produce particularly encouraging developments for the Greek government, which is hoping that Europe will step in to provide solutions on the fiscal front as the energy crisis and runaway inflation fuel political concern.

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