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As opinion polls show support for SYRIZA growing and the leftists edging towards a parliamentary majority, so the comments coming from the party’s leading officials have shifted towards a more conciliatory approach towards Greece’s lenders.
SYRIZA still insists that it will not negotiate directly with the troika delegation but will instead approach “European institutions” to discuss how to move forward after the elections if it is able to form a government.
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