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PASOK, and its leader Fofi Gennimata in particular, have emerged strengthened from the first round of voting on Sunday to elect a common leader for Greece’s centre-left parties.
With the majority of votes counted on Monday morning, Gennimata had a considerable lead over her rivals. She gained around 43 percent of the vote, with the younger PASOK MEP Nikos Androulakis coming second with some 25 percent.
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