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MPs are due to begin debating on Wednesday the government’s proposed change to the electoral law, which is highly unlikely to gain the necessary level of support to avoid Greece’s next general election being held under the proportional representation system.
New Democracy was hoping that it could clinch a qualified majority of more than 200 out of 300 MPs so that the new electoral law could apply immediately, from the next elections, but all of the opposition parties, bar ultra-nationalist Greek Solution, h...
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