Greece parliament voted by a majority of confidence in the government formed by the ruling legal party “New Democracy” (ND), led by Prime Minister Kiriyakos Mitsotakis.
For trust in the government, 158 deputies of the ruling party in a 300-seater single-fed parliament spoke. There were 142 parliamentarians from all opposition parties.
ND, led by Mitsikitis, confidently won the repeated parliamentary elections that were on June 25th.
The party gained 40.56% of the vote, received the majority in 158 seats in the 300-seater single-fed parliament of the country and formed its own government without resorting to the formation of coalitions.