Parties mark out battle lines for next elections
Coalition picks out positives from lenders' deal, clashes over political violence
Tsipras moves forward with name talks as domestic balance comes into focus
Parties mull changes to electoral law, top judge resigns
New Democracy proceeds with renewal, puts centrists under pressure
Splits and alliances on leaders' minds as thoughts turn to next elections
Coalition eyes electoral change, polls show wide lead for New Democracy
Although on Friday all eyes were on the latest debate in Parliament about the Novartis bribery scandal and the Macedonia name talks, discussions about the next general elections have not died down.
Interior Minister Panos Skourletis revealed on Friday that the government intends to table during the “next few weeks” a draft law aimed at breaking up the vast Athens “B” voting district into smaller constituencies.
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