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Another party arrives on Greece's increasingly diffuse political scene
Journalist and TV presenter Stavros Theodorakis officially launched a new party on Tuesday. Rather than for its content, his muddled presentation was more notable because it heralded the arrival of yet another grouping on what has become a rather crowded Greek political scene.
Until the two general elections in the summer of 2012, Greek politics had been dominated for decades by just two parties: PASOK and New Democracy. Between the early 1980s and the vote two years ago they shared around 80 percent of the popular vote. The ...
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