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SYRIZA is showing no intention of giving up power when its coalition partner, Independent Greeks (ANEL), departs the government as the opposition parties do not have enough support to win a no-confidence vote and the leftists believe that they can find enough willing MPs outside the party to help them continue governing.
A meeting of SYRIZA’s political secretariat was held on Monday, with the participation of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. According to reports, one of the main items discussed during the gathering was what would happen after the departure of ANEL, which ...
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