New Greece 2021: Tsipras’s Constitutional revision with a Latin American twist

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras speaks on the reforms of the Constitution Law in the yard of the Greek parliament building, in Athens on 25 July 2016. The banners behind him read 'New constitution-new political change-new Greece'.

New constitution-new political change-new Greece: Tsipras’ Constitutional reform proposal keeps technocrats and specialists out of decision making process


A public consultation process of the Constitutional Revision was launched by the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, with a Latin American twist, paving the way for a "new political changeover" and "New Greece 2021".

Tsipras aims to overcome “the narrow confines of Parliament” to limit the objections of “the conservative, old political system and the technocratic elite” that wants to limit the democratic influence of the people. The Greek Prime Minister proposed a constitutional review proce...


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