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Tsipras confounds expectations, creates new doubts by reviving coalition
Defying opinion polls, Alexis Tsipras led his party to a comfortable victory in Sunday’s elections and found himself in a position to renew his partnership with the Independent Greeks.
As we had suggested in previous days, although surveys indicated the contest might be close, the evidence from the polls suggested that SYRIZA would emerge victorious. However, even Tsipras and his advisers must have been surprised by their margin of vi...
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