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Alexis Tsipras moved on from Tuesday night’s successful multi-bill vote in Parliament by accepting the resignation of a deputy minister on Wednesday as the government turned its attention to its next steps after the conclusion of the third review.
Tsipras met with Deputy Education Minister Kostas Zouraris following the vote, which saw the omnibus bill receive the support of 154 MPs. Zouraris tendered his resignation following derogatory comments about supporters of Olympiakos and Aris football fa...
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