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Kammenos claims approval of name deal a make-or-break moment for coalition
Defence Minister Panos Kammenos has prompted a new round of speculation about the coalition’s longevity after suggesting that he would pull his Independent Greeks (ANEL) party out of the government over the Macedonia name issue.
Kammenos held a press conference on Tuesday to reaffirm his opposition to the Macedonia name deal, adding that he believes it should be approved by a qualified majority (at least 180 out of 300 MPs) in Parliament. The ANEL leader suggested that he would...
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