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Parliamentary Debate on Prespa Agreement To Last for Four Days

The council of the Greek parliament’s president decided on Monday that debate on the  Prespa Agreement will last for four days, beginning on Monday. The decision...
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Drone Video of Demonstration Casts Doubt on Police Estimates

Footage of the Macedonia demonstration in Athens on Sunday, taken by a drone flying above Syntagma Square, casts doubt on official estimates of the...

Centrist To Potami Party Implodes in Greek Parliament

Greek Centrist party To Potami was left with no parliamentary caucus on Monday, when two of its deputies resigned over the party's stance in...

Greek Opposition Blasts Police, Ministers Over Teargas Use

The Greek opposition demanded the resignation of ministers after dozens of people were injured during clashes between police and demonstrators at the Athens rally...

Thousands Demonstrate in Athens Against Prespa Agreement

Thousands of people descended from every corner of Greece and began gathering at Athens’ Syntagma Square in the early hours of Sunday to participate...

Greek Composer Mikis Theodorakis Calls on MPs to Vote Against Prespa Agreement

Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis in an open letter published by the Greek daily Ta Nea on Saturday calls on Greek Parliamentarians to vote against...

Prespa Agreement Brought to the Greek Parliament

The draft bill of the Prespa agreement was brought to the Greek Parliament on Saturday morning. The bill, which will be discussed in the Greek Parliament...

Greek Parliament Will Vote on Prespa by End of Next Week

Parliamentary speaker Nikos Voutsis announced on Friday that Greek lawmakers will be voting on ratifying the name deal with the Former Yugoslav Republic of...

FYROM Announces Prespa Requirements Completed

The government of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) notified Greece on Wednesday it has completed all the legal conditions required by the...

Six Arrests Over “Naming and Shaming” Campaign for Pro-Prespa MP’s

Greek police on Wednesday arrested six suspects in several Macedonian cities for illegally placing posters "naming and shaming" lawmakers who will vote for the...

Greece Tells Russia Not to Interfere in Domestic Affairs

Greece warned the nation of Russia on Monday not to intervene in its domestic affairs after Moscow alleged that the Prespa agreement was "imposed...

“Naming and Shaming” Campaign for Pro-Prespa MP’s in Northern Greece

As Greek P.M. Alexis Tsipras seeks to extend his mandate through a confidence vote in parliament, some government lawmakers have been targeted for their...

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