Greek PM survives no-confidence vote

|By:, SA News Editor

Greece's prime minister has survived a no-confidence motion in parliament, brought by the opposition, which accused Alexis Tsipras of making too many concessions over a naming agreement with Macedonia.

The motion was rejected by 153 MPs, with 127 in favor, allowing the two countries to proceed with the deal, which could eventually admit the "Republic of North Macedonia" into NATO and the EU.


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