Greece completed its rushed and contentious ratification procedure for the Prespes Agreement in a vote delayed to January 25, aiming to resolve the Name Dispute between Greece and its northern neighbour Macedonia/FYROM (now North Macedonia) once and for all. The now-minority SYRIZA government and an oddball transient mix of independent and small party allies claimed 153 out of 300 MPs, with 146 against and one abstention. Oddly enough, this event occurred on the 4th anniversary of SYRIZA's assu...


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