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Parliament may be well into its summer sessions, the thermometer may be edging towards 40 Celsius and Greeks may be anticipating their holidays but the tension in the country’s politics is being steadily ratcheted up.
The mixed messages delivered by the Greek electorate in May’s local and European Parliament elections have left political parties with much work to do to connect with voters. SYRIZA came out on top but unconvincingly so, while New Democracy and PASOK co...
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