Greek government-debt crisis

Greece now on ‘right path,’ says Stournaras

Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras has confessed that he can now "sleep at night, without worrying about fiscal instability" because Greece is on the "right path" in terms of the economy.

"If the government manages to maintain the primary surplus at 2% while making the necessary reforms, we have nothing to fear," he told the Delphi Economic Forum.

Kasselakis vows to close gap with ND in European elections

SYRIZA will close the gap with ruling New Democracy and "shock Europe and the country" in June's European Parliament elections, its leader, Stefanos Kasselakis, has told the Delphi Economic Forum.

Describing polls are a "snapshot with a lag," the main opposition leader said it was his responsibility "for the renewed SYRIZA to put forth a new governance team as well as program."

ND designates Kasselakis as the major foe

Less than two months ahead of the European Parliament elections, ruling New Democracy, to its relief, has found that it can focus on one main rival, not two.

Having a single bogeyman to attack and attempt to delegitimize is the sine qua non - literally "without which, not" - precondition for every successful election campaign.

Mitsotakis unveils New Democracy’s strategy for the European elections – Strong criticism against Kasselakis

According to government officials, the president of SYRIZA embodies toxicity in contrast to the prime minister who heralds the path of continuing reforms – Velopoulos also targeted

SYRIZA condemns Turkey’s provocations, calls for diplomatic action

Greece's main opposition party, SYRIZA, issued a statement Wednesday condemning Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announcement regarding Greek maritime parks. SYRIZA placed blame on the government "for the downgrading of Turkish provocations" and urged diplomatic action.

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