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Gennimata aims to secure centre-left leadership in run-off vote
The run-off vote for the centre-left leadership is due to take place on Sunday, with PASOK president Fofi Gennimata the favourite to beat her younger rival, MEP Nikos Androulakis, and take up the challenge of uniting Greece’s social democrats.
Gennimata was dominant in the first round last Sunday, taking almost 45 percent of the vote and Androulakis following with roughly half of that. The only area in which Androulakis managed to gain more votes than his rival was on his native Crete, where ...
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