How do parties vote? Greek parliamentary vote 2004-2019 | Study
The study explores the parliamentary voting behavior of the opposition political parties in Greek parliament against the bills of the majority from 2004 to 2019.
More specifically the study answers the following three questions:
- Which are the voting for rates of each opposition party against the bills each government introduced?
- Which are the voting for rates of the largest opposition party in each period?
- Which are the major changes of the parliamentary voting behavior of the opposition parties before and after 2009?
The analysis is focused on the parliamentary voting behavior of bills rather the ratification of international agreements, nevertheless, rates for the whole legislation work are included in the study.
Τhe Center for Liberal Studies (KEFiM) held a press conference on 17 February 2020 at Amalia Hotel, Athens, to present the new study.
The research was introduced by KEFiM’s Research Analyst Constantinos Saravakos, and featured commentary by Spokesmen of the New Democracy political party Tasos Gaitanis and the Movement for Change (KINAL) political alliance Pavlos Christides. Journalist Katerina Galanou moderated the presentation.
Photos of the Press Conference here.
Download the research here in Greek.