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Barring a few uncompromising voices within the party, SYRIZA has largely toned down its message over the last few days in terms of how it plans to handle Greece’s relationship with its lenders should it come to power after the January 25 elections.
One of the party’s most moderate voices is Yiannis Dragasakis, one of the key players in the formation of SYRIZA’s economic policies. He is the only politician in the party’s economic policy team to have any experience of governing, having served as dep...
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