Greece: Opposition head to call no-confidence vote in gov't
ATHENS, Greece – The pinnacle of Greece’s primary opposition birthday party says he’ll publish a movement for a no-confidence vote within the govt later Thursday, objecting to a deal reached between the high ministers of Greece and Macedonia to settle a decades-old dispute over Macedonia’s title.
New Democracy birthday party chief Kyriakos Mitsotakis mentioned Thursday in parliament he would officially publish the movement later within the day, after a scheduled vote on an financial reform invoice.
Greek High Minister Alexis Tsipras and Zoran Zaev of Macedonia agreed Tuesday to rename the latter’s nation North Macedonia, finishing a confrontation that has averted it from becoming a member of global establishments comparable to NATO. Critics in each international locations have been livid. Tsipras’ personal governing coalition spouse, Protection Minister Panos Kammenos, has mentioned he would oppose the deal in a vote.