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Coalition bolsters unity in face of opposition pressure
Recent attempts by Greece’s opposition parties to drive a wedge between SYRIZA and Independent Greeks (ANEL) appear to have made the coalition members even more determined to stick together and remain in power.
New Democracy and PASOK recently announced that they would no longer vote in favour of any bills that did not have the full support of both coalition parties. The two opposition parties took their decision after ANEL indicated it would not back two piec...
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