Greece's Opposition Unites: Motion of No Confidence Against PM Mitsotakis Sparks Controversy

Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Title for this Greece's opposition parties have united to call for a motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

The call comes after allegations that the government tampered with leaked dialogue between the station master and train driver before the Tempi train crash. The motion is supported by five opposition parties, including PASOK and SYRIZA, and has been accepted by ruling party New Democracy. However, it is uncertain if the motion will pass, as it requires the approval of an absolute majority of all deputies.

The political move has sparked debate among media and Greeks on social media, with some speculating it could backfire for the opposition. Prime Minister Mitsotakis is currently on an official visit to Canada.

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