University bill passes as parties' ideological dividing lines are laid bare

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Education, KINAL, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA

Parliament approved on Thursday the government’s contentious bill on university reform, although the vote is unlikely to settle the debate, and protests, about Greece’s tertiary education.

The draft law was approved by 166 MPs as ultra-nationalist Greek Solution also backed the legislation. The most controversial aspect of the bill was the creation of a new force to police university campuses. This proposal in particular was dismissed by ...

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