Machinations give both coalition and SYRIZA hope of winning presidential vote

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: China, Parliament, SYRIZA
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The almost daily headcount of Greek MPs ahead of February's presidential elections is continuing to give a conflicting picture about how events may play out early next year.

On Wednesday, SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras met with two independent MPs, Odysseas Voudouris (ex-Democratic Left) and Theodoros Parastatidis (ex-PASOK), both of whom reportedly aligned themselves with the leftist party's view that the current Parliament ...

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