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SYRIZA hope Tsipras re-election ballot will bear fruit as poll figures remain stagnant
SYRIZA is hoping that there will be a high turnout of supporters to re-elect Alexis Tsipras as the opposition party’s leader on Sunday, showing that the leftists can rally their voter base as Greece moves towards the last 12 months of the current government’s term.
The SYRIZA ballot is being held just a week after centre-left PASOK-KINAL members elected to reinstate the party’s traditional name. Just over 179,000 members took part in last week’s vote, which was considered a high turnout by PASOK officials and neut...
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