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Although MPs have started to debate the 2020 draft budget, which encapsulates the government’s economic policy going forward, the focus of Greek politics is currently on an apparent rare moment of compromise between the parties over allowing Greeks living abroad to vote in the national elections from their country of residence.
Following another meeting between government officials and representatives of all the opposition parties yesterday, Interior Minister Takis Theodorikakos emerged to announce that a deal had been reached to secure more than the 200 votes needed in Parlia...
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