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Greece’s opposition parties are among those that will be watching very closely over the next few days to see whether the government is able to reach an agreement with the institutions. The state of negotiations will play a crucial role in developments at New Democracy and PASOK.
New Democracy has been in disequilibrium since its crushing defeat in the January 25 elections. There is dissatisfaction with conservative leader Antonis Samaras but the former prime minister is not willing to stand down. In fact, he recently gave his f...
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