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Tsipras strengthens hold on leadership at fractious SYRIZA conference
The first SYRIZA conference since the left-wing party was voted out of government in 2019 was planned as a long-awaited reboot in preparation for the next elections, as well as an opportunity to settle internal debates about the direction of the party.
The three-day event allowed leader Alexis Tsipras to confirm his dominant position at the head of the party, but also allowed some of the internal divisions between different strands to come to the fore.
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