SYRIZA hunts for youthful narrative as polls remain stubbornly negative

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, SYRIZA, Tsipras

As anxiety over the outcome of the pandemic grows and dissatisfaction with some of New Democracy’s flagship policies begins to emerge, the failure of opposition SYRIZA to capture any ground has intensified pressure on its leadership to develop a new recipe more appealing to voters.

Observers of the left-wing populist party, which lost power in the July 2019 elections, have been noting a new line of attack beginning to emerge out of leader Alexis Tsipras’s recent visits to the Greek regions.

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