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Fragmented, weak Greek centre left fails to find basis for cooperation
An ambitious plan for the rejuvenation of the centre left of Greek politics has stalled as the movement of intellectuals and politicians known as the “58” has turned down an opportunity to cooperate with PASOK at the upcoming European Parliament election.
The two sides had been in talks for several weeks about placing candidates on a joint ticket but the negotiations collapsed on Tuesday.
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