Greece sets out on long road to 2023 elections

The leaders of Greece’s three main parties have set out their policies, but also the political parameters, that will define next year’s elections.

So, what are the key issue at stake and what will decide the outcome of the vote, or more likely votes, that are due to take place in 2023?

Co-hosts Nick Malkoutzis and Phoebe Fronista discuss what we can take away from the appearances made by the leaders of the three leading parties at the Thessaloniki International Fair in September.

MacroPolis co-founder Yiannis Mouzakis and features editor Georgia Nakou join the discussion to look at the political and economic developments which will underpin the election campaign, ponder the permutations that will decide who will govern Greece next and muse about how many ballots will be needed to produce a workable result.

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