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Greek prime minister gets a little confidence from parliament

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The Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras Wednesday to very, very narrowly a vote of confidence in the parliament won. The road is now open to the controversial change of name of neighbouring Macedonia to ratify it.

Tsipras secured the support of 151 mps out of a total of 300, the minimum number that was needed for early elections to be avoided.

The Greek prime minister decided Sunday to proceed with a vote of confidence in, after his minister of Defence, Panos Kammenos, the government had abandoned.

Kammenos did that because he does not agree with the deal around the name change of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to the North of Macedonia. The deal must have a long and persistent resolve the conflict. Macedonia has that agreement been ratified by the Greek parliament have to do that.

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Athens and Skopje came in June 2018 agreed that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) would be renamed to the North of Macedonia. Athens pleaded for the same name of his province in the north of the country for almost thirty years for the name change.

Macedonia after the independence in 1991, a member of the United Nations under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. In exchange for the new name of Macedonia, Greece is no longer the approach to block Skopje’s EU and NATO.

According to the Greek conservatives and nationalists, is the compromise with Macedonia, however, not sufficient.

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