Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is to reveal how a “social divided” will be given out to a few sectors affected by the country’s crushing economic crisis.
Two new political movements hoping to draw voters from traditional parties are preparing candidates for the crucial May 25 European Parliament elections.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has proposed legislation requiring political parties to account for how they spend public money.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a figure of scorn to Greeks blaming her for austerity measures, is set to return to Athens before Easter.
A poll shows the new populist party To Potami already in third place as May elections loom for Greek municipalities and the European Parliament.
Greece’s extremist right-wing Golden Dawn party has expelled one of its lawmakers from its parliamentary ranks, calling on him to resign his seat
The major opposition SYRIZA party is holding on to a narrow lead over New Democracy in polls that showed Greeks like the rising To Potami party.
The extreme right Golden Dawn party has one of its 18 Members of Parliament who quit, saying he was not aware of its activities.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ New Democracy is tied with the major opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) in a survey showing Greeks disenchanted with politics.
Greece’s once-dominant PASOK Socialists are in disarray, locked in a feud between leader Evangelos Venizelos and former premier George Papandreou.