The vote of confidence that government gained on Wednesday night "is a great victory; it creates a new parliamentary majority and the government has the political time to complete what begun after the vote on the budget," State Minister Christoforos Vernardakis said on Thursday.
"The Prespes Agreement is positive and I will not vote against it," Potami MP Spyros Lykoudis said on Wednesday, adding that he will act according to his conscience.
A teachers' rally protesting the Education Ministry's draft law on the new appointment system is currently underway in Athens.
The note verbale informing Greece that the domestic processes related to the terms of the Prespes Agreement have been completed by the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) reached Athens on Wednesday evening, diplomatic sources…
The government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras got a vote of confidence in parliament on Wednesday evening, with the support of 151 deputies, out of a total of 300.
The further increase of agricultural trade between Greece and India was the main topic of discussion during a meeting held on Wednesday between Agricultural Development and Food Minister Stavros Arachovitis and Indian Ambassador to Greece…
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accused main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis of "theatricality" and of "shouting without substantive arguments," during the debate in parliament over a vote of confidence on Wednesday evening.
The Greek people paid a heavy price in sacrifices for things that were not their responsibility, Greek President Prokopios Pavlopoulos said when he received EU Finance Commissioner Pierre Moscovici at the presidential mansion on Wednesday.
Greek deputies will be called to give their vote of confidence in the government on Wednesday midnight after a two-day debate in parliament.
Greece’s deputy prime minister said the government would emerge stronger after winning a confidence vote later on Wednesday and be able to secure parliament’s endorsement for an accord to end a dispute over the name of Former Yugoslav…