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SYRIZA's move to aid small parties puts spotlight on Kammenos leverage
SYRIZA has indicated that it is willing to do a favour to its former coalition partner, Independent Greeks (ANEL), whose parliamentary group is close to the point of no longer being recognised.
Parliamentary rules mean that once a party has less then five MPs in Parliament, it ceases to have an official parliamentary group and loses the privileges that come with that, such as its leader being able to speak at the end of parliamentary debates, ...
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