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Democratic Left (DIMAR), part of the government between June 2012 and June 2013, and one of the coalition’s main hopes for ensuring it does not lose the presidential vote early next year has been left in limbo after a weekend of high political drama at the party’s conference.
Fotis Kouvelis, the 66-year old moderate leftist who led DIMAR into and then out of its coalition with New Democracy and PASOK, was comfortably re-elected as the party’s president on Sunday. But this reveals nothing of the internal battle that broke out...
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