Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his closest aides are holding strategy sessions to shape the ruling center-right New Democracy party’s election strategy.

20.03.2023 / 07:40

All opinion polls published since the rail tragedy at Tempe, on the last night of February, that left 57 dead and exposed the shoddiness of the country’s rail infrastructure and operations, concur that the ruling conservative New Democracy party, although still in the lead, has lost significant ground.

12.03.2023 / 23:12

The first polls recorded after the deadly train collision in northern Greece show that the ruling conservative New Democracy party recorded a significant drop in its approval rating – around 3 percentage points.

07.03.2023 / 08:20

The possibility of general elections being called for April 9, as widely speculated in recent weeks, is growing increasingly remote as the government deals with the fallout from last week’s deadly train crash in Tempe, central Greece.

24.02.2023 / 18:45

With the elections just around the corner on April 9, the possible scenarios that may arise after the first and second ballots are being meticulously scrutinized by parties and analysts alike. 

18.02.2023 / 13:02

Greece’s national elections are, according to all indications, set to take place on April 9, with reports citing a series of government moves that testify to the intention to set up ballots a week before Easter Sunday.

07.02.2023 / 12:10

In a phone call on Monday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reiterated Greece’s readiness to immediately assist Turkey in every way as it struggles with the dire consequences of two devastating earthquakes and many aftershocks in the southeastern part of the country and neighboring Syria.

06.02.2023 / 14:27

More than 2 million voters no longer identify with the traditional ideological classifications of “left,” “center” and “right,” recent polls have indicated.

31.01.2023 / 08:41

In a significant upgrade in bilateral relations and of deepening cooperation in areas of mutual interest, a Common Statement of Strategic Cooperation between Greece and Japan was signed on Monday by visiting Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida.

06.01.2023 / 05:45

Government sources confirmed on Wednesday that national elections will take place any time from April onwards, following an extended meeting that took place at the official Maximos Mansion residence of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to hammer out a plan of action for the next three months.

23.12.2022 / 09:36

In what was described as a historic occasion, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ visit to the ethnic Greek minority of Albania, and specifically Himara (Himare), Livadia (Livadhe) and Dervitsani (Dervican), took place on Thursday in an emotional atmosphere.

01.12.2022 / 08:00

Given the data so far, the government’s aim with the bill it introduced in April 2021 to convince Greeks of the diaspora to vote in the national election has not borne fruit.

29.11.2022 / 15:00

Greece appears to be well and truly entering a protracted pre-election period, with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis asserting during a tour of the Athens suburb of Kallithea at the weekend that the “climate already smells of elections.”