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As SYRIZA looks towards centre, will New Democracy turn to its right?
Greece’s parties are still digesting the results of the European Parliament and local elections but the first signs of the political strategies that New Democracy and SYRIZA will adopt over the months to come are beginning to emerge.
SYRIZA’s attempt to force general elections foundered on its inability to show that political momentum had swung decisively in its favour. This was emphasised by the fact that in the EU vote, SYRIZA did not improve on its result from the June 2012 natio...
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