Dimitris Koufodinas, member of November 17 terror group, is serving 11 life sentences for murder
The parliament's backing of the deal smooths the way for a referendum to be held at a later date.
Greece and its northern neighbor signed historic accord on renaming Macedonia, ending long-standing row
Deal proposes changing Macedonia's name to Republic of Northern Macedonia
The vote was to take place in the evening, hours before the foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia meet on the border Sunday.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras this week agreed with Macedonian counterpart Zoran Zaev to rename Greece's northern neighbour the Republic of North Macedonia.
Alexis Tsipras speaks to Greek state television
Greece's northern neighbor to re-name itself Republic of Northern Macedonia, says Greek PM Alexis Tsipras
Former Turkish soldiers staying in special area protected by 80-strong police force, reports Greek newspaper
Turkey has halted migrant readmission deal with Greece following refusal of Athens to extradite ex-Turkish soldiers
Move comes after Greek court refuses to extradite ex-Turkish soldiers over 2016 coup bid
'These statements do not bear any legal effect,' says Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy
The rallies are set for next Wednesday, and additional venues will be announced Monday, Patsikas said, with the major northern city of Thessaloniki and the capital Athens so far not on the roster.
Public transport remains off roads, hospitals are shut, newscasts are not being aired as unions go on general strike
Suleyman Ozkaynakci among 8 ex-soldiers seeking asylum in Greece after July 2016 coup bid
Greek Council of State decides to provide right of asylum to suspected putschist ex-soldiers who fled Turkey
Greek Asylum Commission accepted the petition of ex-Turkish soldiers suspected of involvement in coup bid
The name dispute between the two countries dates back to 1991, when Skopje declared independence from the former Yugoslavia.
Turkish Cypriot president says Greek Cypriot administration has not given positive response on Guterres framework
Turkish municipality employee gets 5 months in jail and 1,800$ fine
Public finances have gained in credibility and investors are feeling confident again about Greece's prospects, the OECD said as it presented a report on the country that is slowly emerging from years of austerity after narrowly avoiding crashing out of the eurozone.