Greek MPs pass 2015 budget but give few clues for presidential vote

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Austerity, Parliament
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The government won the vote for the 2015 budget in the early hours of Monday but the result provided few clues about how the presidential ballot, due in mid-February, could pan out.

A total of 155 MPs voted in favour of the budget, 134 against and 1 voted present. One government MP (PASOK) was unable to vote, while one independent backed the budget.

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