Late switch smashes accord over postal vote, but marriage equality compromise still intact

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, New Democracy, PASOK-KINAL, Rights, SYRIZA

The government’s surprise attempt to extend the postal vote to national, as well as European, elections appears to have undermined any chance of political consensus over the issue.

The discord caused by New Democracy’s manoeuvre is unlikely to also torpedo the relatively broad support for the marriage equality bill, which was due to be presented to the cabinet on Wednesday – a day after the Church of Greece officially voiced its o...

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