SYRIZA encounters first obstacles in governing with minority of MPs

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Independent Greeks, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA
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The difficulties that Alexis Tsipras will face in the coming weeks and months, while trying to govern with what is essentially a minority government, are already becoming evident.

SYRIZA ran into complications at the committee and plenary levels in Parliament on Wednesday, perhaps pointing to a sign of things to come as it tries to walk a fine line after losing its coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) earlier this month.

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