Tsipras leads the line as New Democracy has victory and majority in its sights
Mitsotakis seeks inspiration from Cyprus as SYRIZA faces domestic mire
SYRIZA lines up more relief measures to entice voters
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SYRIZA seeks to bolster post-MoU narrative with early IMF repayment
Confrontation over graft claims moves into overdrive
Despite some common ground, revision of constitution makes for new battleground
MPs began debating on Tuesday the proposed changes to the Greek constitution before a vote on Thursday in what is shaping to be another political battle between SYRIZA and New Democracy, although the parties agree on aspects of the revision.
Any proposed changes that receive a qualified majority of 180 or more votes now will require the support of just 151 or more lawmakers in the next Parliament in order to be ratified. If the suggested alterations are backed by just a simple majority now,...
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