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Centre-left leader adds to calls for snap elections
The decision by Fofi Gennimata, the leader of centre-left grouping Movement for Change (KINAL), to call for snap elections has taken some observers in Greece by surprise but is in keeping with the steady ratcheting up of tension on the Greek political scene.
Gennimata justified her demand for snap elections by arguing that the government is not briefing opposition parties about its negotiations with the lenders and is not in a position to take the country forward after the conclusion of the third programme ...
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