Auctions, strikes trouble Tsipras but focus still on programme exit
SYRIZA in tight spot over strikes but poll deficit still closing
Mitsotakis rules out roles for relatives, Tsipras mulls way out of pension cuts
Opposition keeps spotlight on arms deal as coalition looks for way out
Centre-left agrees on new name, starts building party structure
Tussle over arms deal sets tone for polarised politics
Tsipras gets approval for gender bill despite coalition partner's absence
The government made it through Tuesday’s vote on the draft legislation allowing Greeks to change their gender identity without needing medical treatment.
The coalition is unlikely to have suffered any permanent damage despite the fact that SYRIZA’s coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) did not support the bill, which was strongly defended by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Monday.
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