Political turbulence due to name deal creates election doubts
Coalition survives no-confidence vote over name deal but sees majority trimmed
Fallout from Macedonia name deal sparks turmoil for coalition and opposition
Mitsotakis calls for no-confidence vote, hoping to exert more pressure on coalition
Name settlement triggers intense political battle
After reaching name settlement, Skopje and Athens face more hurdles to ratify deal
SYRIZA prepares to debate deal as Tsipras's options narrow
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras left for Brussels on Wednesday insisting that he was going to meet European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker to discuss the proposals Athens had sent to its lenders on Monday, rather than to receive an ultimatum as most media have reported.
The details of both sides’ proposals remain sketchy but there are differences on key issues, such as fiscal targets, VAT, pension reform and labour regulations – as there have been from the start of negotiations.
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