Friction over property tax exposes cracks in Greek coalition's strategy

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Although the government passed its latest amendments to the troubled single property tax (ENFIA) on Thursday, the atmosphere surrounding the ballot underlined that all is not well within the coalition.

Parliament is still in its summer sessions so the 51 out of 100 votes the ENFIA changes received was just enough for the government. But the result only came about after the coalition switched eight of its MPs. During the summer sessions, parties are al...

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