Constitutional changes and Tsipras's leadership under scrutiny

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA, Tsipras
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The discussion about the changes to Greece’s constitution are in full flow ahead of next week’s vote on the revision, which is set to decouple the election of the country’s president from possible snap general elections.

Removing the link between the two already received a qualified majority in the last Parliament and New Democracy is hoping to push through its proposal for MPs to hold up to five votes to elect the president. The first vote would require the support of ...

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