Coalition goes in search of deciding votes for electoral law, prepares more legislation

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament, Reforms
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Parliament will be at the heart of political activity in Greece in the coming days as the government continues its effort to garner votes for its proposal to change the electoral system, while preparing a series of other bills as well.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras held a meeting with his ministers and advisers on Monday to discuss the state of play regarding the electoral reform bill and the coalition’s proposals for changes to the constitution, which the premier is expected to prese...

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