Vote on child custody bill reveals rifts within ND, KINAL

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: KINAL, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA
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A vote on legislation aimed at improving the balance in child custody arrangements between divorced parents made headlines for creating political divisions within Greece’s governing New Democracy party, but also in the ranks of third party KINAL.

The bill passed on Thursday with a majority of 156, however it marked the first occasion since being voted into government in the summer of 2019 that Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s hitherto tightly disciplined party experienced an outright rebellion – albeit a l...

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