DIMAR rules out coalition return but sees general elections on horizon

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections

Since June 2013, when it quit the coalition government, there has been regular speculation about the possibility of Democratic Left (DIMAR) returning to the administration. This option has been pushed firmly off the table, at least for now.

DIMAR leader Fotis Kouvelis stated this week that his party rejects the option of resuming the short-lived cooperation with New Democracy and PASOK.. Kouvelis, though, added a small but significant caveat. He said his party would not work with Prime Min...

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