ND aims to see off threat from right, with focus on fringe religious party
Mitsotakis sticks with stability mantra as SYRIZA looks for new approach
Tsipras identifies failings, tries to rally SYRIZA as Androulakis attempts to tread own path
Parties face up to victory and defeat in preparation for fresh elections
Formalities proceed, paving way for June 25 vote and tough questions for opposition
Fresh elections on the cards as SYRIZA reluctantly confronts full scale of defeat
Gains and losses for all sides from vote on constitutional changes
Thursday’s vote on the proposals put forward by the government and the opposition for changes to the Greek Constitution proved to be a mixed bag for SYRIZA and New Democracy.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s proposal for the President to be elected directly by the public if Parliament cannot reach a decision did not collect the necessary votes. In contrast, the government’s bid to make Greece a “religiously neutral” state (in...
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