Five things to take away from the first round of Greek local elections

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The first round of municipal and regional elections in Greece on Sunday produced some surprises but few definitive answers about how the country will vote in the European Parliament polls on May 25 and how this might affect political developments.

SYRIZA and New Democracy can take away some positives from Sunday’s results, although both have to balance these against setbacks.

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