Coalition and opposition make proposal and counter-proposal in build-up to electoral law vote

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The apparent bartering over the proposed changes to Greece’s electoral law is intensifying as the vote on the government’s bill approaches.

The ballot is due to take place on Wednesday, July 20, and the government as well as the opposition are trying to find a way for the draft law to secure the supermajority of 200 votes in Parliament that would mean it could apply immediately rather than ...

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