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Opposition pressures SYRIZA by refusing to support bills ANEL dodges
New Democracy and PASOK have informed the coalition that they will no longer vote for legislation which does not have the support of both coalition parties, which promises to make life more complicated for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in the months ahead.
SYRIZA and its junior coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) have disagreed on a number of issues since first joining forces in January 2015. However, these have tended to be matters that are not related to the bailout programme, such as education,...
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