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Spotlight on To Potami as doubts surface about Macedonia name deal
After months on the fringes of Greece’s political scene, the small centrist party To Potami, is centre stage again due to speculation that it may be re-considering its position on the Macedonia name deal, with potential ramifications for the Prespes Agreement and what alliances will be formed before and after the next elections.
To Potami has come under scrutiny after its reaction last week to comments from Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Prime Minister Zoran Zaev that appeared to suggest he believes there is a Macedonian minority in Greece – a position that is no...
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