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New Democracy’s decision to table a censure motion in Parliament has triggered significant turbulence in Greek politics, exerting pressure on opposition parties as well as the government.
The motion was submitted to the House on the Thursday afternoon after the vote on the multi-bill of prior actions, which was approved by all 154 coalition MPs. The debate is due to last until Saturday, when a no-confidence vote has to be held by midnight.
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