The June 2018 Prespes Agreement, which settled the so-called Name Dispute with newly-renamed North Macedonia, Greece’s northern neighbor, was an important but not the leading issue in the Greek parliamentary election campaign, except in Northern Greece where the ruling SYRIZA party had previously received a broad thumbs down by the electorate in the 26 May Euro-elections.  While still a major concern, Greek voters heard less about foreign policy and more about economic issues such as high taxati...

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