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Mixed messages continue to dog SYRIZA
The prospect of power often has magical powers in terms of uniting a party but in SYRIZA’s case an ever more solid lead in opinion polls and the possibility that Greece will hold national elections in just a few months’ time is doing little to unite the party behind a single message.
As has been the case for a number of months, the party’s “Left Platform” continues to stray from the party’s central message, which has become slowly but steadily more moderate. Led by the abrasive MP Panayiotis Lafazanis, the group accounts for about a...
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