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SYRIZA states intention to continue as minority govt after ANEL leaves coalition
The government has reiterated its intention to continue in office after the vote on the Prespes Agreement, despite the expected departure of junior coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) from the administration.
In an interview with News247 radio on Wednesday, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that not only is SYRIZA confident of getting at least 151 votes for the name deal, but that it will be able to continue governing after the ballot on the d...
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