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With the first vote on the constitutional reform out of the way, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras conducted a cabinet reshuffle of limited scope on Friday that was most notable for its inclusion of two former PASOK MPs.
Tsipras decided to include two centre-left politicians who had turned their back on the Movement for Change (KINAL) due to differences over policy. Thanos Moraitis was appointed Deputy Transport and Infrastructure Minister, while Angelos Tolkas was give...
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