PM Tsipras and Kammenos debating Mouzalas controversy

16 March 2016
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According to reports, the Alternate Minister of Migration Policy Yannis Mouzalas has submitted his resignation to the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, in response to the furor caused over his controversial remark regarding FYROM. Reports also suggest that a decision as to whether the resignation will be accepted will be made after the critical summit on Thursday and Friday.
At present the Prime Minister and his coalition government partner Panos Kammenos are debating this crisis at an emergency government meeting that was called on Wednesday morning. The meeting was initially to focus on the refugee crisis and bailout review, however the agenda changed at the insistence of Mr. Kammenos.
Present at the meeting are Government Vice President Yannis Dragasakis, the Ministers of Education Nikos Filis, Environment Panos Skourletis, the President of Parliament Nikos Voutsis and government spokesperson Olga Gerovasili.

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