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Kathimerini's Aristotelia Peloni appointed alternate gov't spokesperson

Kathimerini's political correspondent Aristotelia Peloni has been appointed alternate government spokesperson. 

The appointed was made public on Monday following a decision by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. 

Having started her career in journalism at Ta Nea in 1998, Peloni joined Kathimerini in 2016, covering New Democracy, and wrote the daily column Conclavios. 

Inconsistency as a virtue

The Greek government is correcting its economic planning by rewarding salaried employment, which includes a category of taxpayers that had been neglected in its first batch of tax relief measures that were adopted last year.

Editorial: The strong symbolism of the Sakellaropoulou nomination

The prime minister's decision to nominate Ekaterini Sakellaropoulou to serve as President of the Hellenic Republic did not startle those in the know.

For months most had known that Mr. Mitsotakis had singled out the chief justice of the Council of State and had included her in the pool of candidates for the highest office in the land.

Time for consensus

The meetings scheduled by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for Friday with the leaders of the country's opposition parties on actions taken by his government on key national issues as well as the outcome of his visit this week to the United States, where he met with President Donald Trump, are essential.

Mitsotakis Foundation attacked with homemade explosive

Unknown assailants set off an explosive device made up of small gas canisters and a vessel containing petrol outside the Konstantinos Mitsotakis Foundation in downtown Athens on Monday night.

The blast occurred at around 11 p.m. and caused limited damage, mainly scorching the facade on the building on Psaromilingou Street in the area of Kerameikos.

Mitostakis Foundation attacked with homemade explosive

Unknown assailants set off an explosive device made up of small gas canisters and a vessel containing petrol outside the Konstantinos Mistotakis Foundation in downtown Athens on Monday night.

The blast occurred at around 11 p.m. and caused limited damage, mainly scorching the facade on the building on Psaromilingou Street in the area of Kerameikos.

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