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
Tsipras hails name deal with Skopje, Mitsotakis declares fierce opposition
Tsipras poised for concessions with lenders, sets snap polls aside
In the clearest sign so far that Athens is willing to make some concessions to reach an agreement with its lenders and conclude the second review, the government has said it is willing to extend and improve the current fiscal mechanism.
Speaking during a regular press briefing on Tuesday, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos spoke of a “mechanism of enhanced guarantees” being proposed to satisfy the International Monetary Fund’s concerns about how Greece will meet its fiscal tar...
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