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Tsipras looking to build momentum for elections after vote on name deal
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to start 2019 with the hope that he has the votes he needs to secure a parliamentary majority to ratify the Prespes Agreement, and then use that a springboard for the upcoming general elections.
The SYRIZA leader’s hopes of obtaining the minimum 151/300 votes he needs to rubber stamp the Macedonia name deal appear to have received a significant boost over the last few days. News247 website reported on December 31 that To Potami leader Stavros T...
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