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Papandreou's bid for new role in Greek politics far from simple task
Former Prime Minister George Papandreou is expected to unveil his new party on Saturday, in time for it to take part in the January 25 elections.
The precise details of the personalities and policies that will make up the party are not yet known but it is expected that Papandreou will take a few of the current PASOK MPs with him and that he will attempt to position himself between the current coa...
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