The ruling New Democracy party maintains a sizable lead over PASOK and SYRIZA, according to a new opinion poll.
Estimated vote intention - after eliminating blank and invalid votes and declared no-shows - gives center-right New Democracy 36.5% of the vote, ahead of socialist PASOK (14.9%), left-wing SYRIZA (13.%), the Communist Party (8.7%) and far-right Greek Solution (8.0%).
Greece's 300-member Parliament approved the bill granting same-sex couples equal rights in marriage in a roll call vote on Thursday night. The reform extends full parental rights to gay couples but will not allow for medically assisted reproduction through a surrogate.
The bill was voted on by 254 lawmakers, with 176 voting in favor and 76 against.
Greece is working with the United Nations and other countries to send humanitarian aid to Gaza as soon as possible and ensure it reaches those who need it most, Health Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis told Parliament on Thursday, in a session attended by Palestinian Authority Ambassador Yussef Dorkhom.
MPs have enacted a law easing the requirements for Greek citizens wishing to vote in Greek elections.
A total of 208 MPs - eight more than the constitutional requirement - from ruling New Democracy, PASOK-Movement for Change, Niki and Course of Freedom backed the bill, while lawmakers from the main opposition SYRIZA and the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) voted against it.