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The resumption of negotiations with Greece’s lenders and the series of challenges that lie ahead for the government have rekindled speculation about SYRIZA needing a new or extra coalition partner in the months to come.
The Union of Centrists, led by the quirky Vassilis Leventis, has for some time been the favourite to provide a political crutch to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras should his government’s three-seat majority come under pressure from the stresses and strain...
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