Some wrong moves
During its first few weeks in power, Greece's conservative government has already introduced a number of appropriate measures, it has sent out a few right signals and has, by and large, made good appointments.
The new administration, naturally, still needs to hit its stride. And, inevitably, some mistakes will be made along the way. In fact, some have been made already.
The first had to do with the small number of women in the cabinet. The failing was admitted by conservative Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and he is probably already looking for ways to alleviate the negative impression created by the makeup of his male-dominated cabinet.
Subsequently, although the government had done some serious preparation and while it displayed rarely seen preparedness in appointing established or much-promising general secretaries at the ministries, it went on to pick a junta...