Greek Elections: Why Macedonia mattered more than economic crisis

Greek Elections: Why Macedonia mattered more than economic c...

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In July, Greece went to the voting ballot to vote for change. The far-left party Syriza has been voted out of office, and the old right-wing party, New Democracy, has formed the new government under prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Not the economic crisis, but the controversial name deal with Greece's northern neighboring country was the reason for Syriza to lose. Under Syriza, Greece has agreed to call the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedoni...
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In July, Greece went to the voting ballot to vote for change. The far-left party Syriza has been voted out of office, and the old right-wing party, New Democracy, has formed the new government under prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Not the economic crisis, but the controversial name deal with Greece's northern neighboring country was the reason for Syriza to lose. Under Syriza, Greece has agreed to call the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedoni...
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