Greek govt faces confidence vote after coalition collapses

Greece's parliament sets Wednesday confidence vote following collapse of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' governing coalition over a proposed deal to end dispute with Macedonia

ATHENS, Greece -- Greece's parliament has scheduled a confidence vote for late Wednesday following the collapse of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' governing coalition over a proposed deal to end a decades-old dispute with Macedonia.

Three had openly declared their support for the government as of Monday.

The pre-vote debate is set to start with remarks by Tsipras, who has vowed to complete his term and call an October election.

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