Brewing rivalry between Venizelos and Papandreou threatens to unsettle fragile PASOK

PoliticsGreek Politics

An attempt to rejuvenate PASOK may be over before it has even begun in earnest after a fresh disagreement between party leader Evangelos Venizelos and his predecessor George Papandreou, which could also have damaging consequences for the ruling coalition.

Venizelos met with Papandreou last week in the hope of generating a sense of unity within his flagging party. The meeting was followed by one between Venizelos and another ex-prime minister, Kostas Simitis. In contrast to the meeting with Simitis, which...

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