The 2016 election map was changed as the result of a vote to leave the European Union, according to a new report by the New York Times.
The election was marred by a dispute over sovereignty over Greek territory and a disputed vote to declare the country’s independence.
The paper reports that the European Parliament in Strasbourg voted on May 4 to take back control of the Greek parliament, after it passed the resolution to do so.
But the new election map did not show the vote.
“The map was revised by the European Commission in its consultation with the Greek Parliament,” the Times reports.
The result was that the country was left with no independent parliament.
The change did not impact the results of the elections, which were held a week later, the Times notes.
The vote was also marred in other ways.
A disputed vote over whether Greece should be a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) changed the country into a member.
The Greek parliament was also not included in the EEA, which had been established to promote economic cooperation among countries of the bloc.
And the country also lost control of its airports, which could have hampered the European airlines’ business.
“What this means is that Greece has lost control over its airports,” the Greek government’s press service, the Ministry of Transportation, said in a statement after the referendum, adding that the result was “disastrous” for the country.
“It was the wrong decision.”
Greece is a member state of the EU, but its borders with Turkey and Greece are still under the control of Turkey, which has been waging a war with the country since the early 1990s.