Assorted obstacles block path to change of parties in coalition

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament
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Last week’s unrest in government ranks over Migration Policy Minister Yiannis Mouzalas referring to Greece’s neighbour as “Macedonia” sparked speculation that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras might part ways with coalition partner Panos Kammenos and his Independent Greeks (ANEL) party.

However, the possibility of Tsipras turning to some of the opposition parties as new partners in a broader coalition sounds much simpler than it will actually be. Little occurred over the last few days that would suggest the current SYRIZA-ANEL administ...

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