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in another long night for greek politicians awaiting finally pays off in the wee hours thursday morning greece time lawmakers giving prime minister alexis tsipras what he wanted a vote to go ahead with harsh reforms , stay for a multi billion dollar international bailout super spot hard to get this passed even though he admitted during the debate that he didn't agree with the majority of what greece is being forced to do what not but i will admit that the measures we are tabling are harsh , and i don't agree with them , i don't believe they will help the greek economy and i say so openly i also say that i must implement them that is our difference , it still was too much for his own party to stomach forcing him to rely on others to put together the votes , piece of athens of blame in the worst violence in three years protesters thronged petrol bombs at police in front of parliament before the vote police officers unleashing tear gas sending hundreds of people fleeing , a tough economic reforms to come likely to fan the flames of protest even more