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More polls conducted in the past week confirm the resurgence of Greece’s two main political parties at the expense of smaller players, as the effect of the surveillance scandal appears to have dissipated with the return to regular political business. Meanwhile, a new party was added to the fractured space on the far right of the political spectrum.
The surge in support for third party PASOK, which followed the revelation that its leader Nikos Androulakis was the subject of a controversial surveillance operation by a state agency, was short lived, as the latest opinion polls confirm that governing ...
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