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Stavros Theodorakis was re-elected as To Potami’s leader on Sunday at the end of a three-day congress that was more interesting because of the potential for cooperation that emerged between the main opposition parties than any major developments in the centrist party.
Theodorakis took 88 percent of the vote, comfortably seeing off his only rival, Oxford University law professor Pavlos Elefthriadis.
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