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The much-advertised split between SYRIZA and Independent Greeks (ANEL) seems to be just days away, ending their four-year association in government and leaving Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s party to fend for itself until national elections are called.
Defence Minister Panos Kammenos, who leads ANEL, has called a meeting of the party’s parliamentary group and executive committee on Wednesday, fuelling speculation that he is poised to announce the nationalist party’s departure from the coalition. Some ...
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