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KINAL and To Potami snub Tsipras's call for progressives to pull together
The fluctuations on the left-wing of the Greek political landscape ahead of the general elections later this year are prompting as much a rejection of SYRIZA’s call for cooperation as they are apparent willingness to listen.
At a meeting of SYRIZA’s political secretariat on Tuesday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called for “progressive” forces to unite against the far-right and “neoliberal” policies. It was the latest effort by the premier to turn the upcoming election into...
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