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The discussion about changes to the electoral law is hotting up in Greece, in a further sign that local politicians are steadily turning their attention to the next national vote even though it remains unclear when it will be held.
The centre-left Movement for Change (KINAL) will reportedly propose to Interior Minister Panos Skourletis the breaking up of the Athens “B” electoral district, a reduction of the bonus for the winning party from 50 to less than 40 seats in Parliament, a...
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