Mitsotakis sets May 21 election date, eyes opposition MPs as potential allies
In search of majority, PM looks to bring back wavering voters
Complexities of post-election cooperation laid bare
PASOK's Androulakis eyes kingmaker role as margin between main players shrinks
PM targets elections in May as polls show outcome is finely balanced
ND poll losses reignite discussions of post-election coalition
Moment of reckoning for SYRIZA as firebrand MP threatened with deselection
The falling out between SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras and one of his party’s most high-profile MPs, Cretan parliamentarian Pavlos Polakis, spelled more turmoil for Greece’s main opposition party.
With elections widely believed to be a matter of weeks away, the episode brings to a head the internal tension between moderate and radical elements of the party with potentially long-reaching consequences.
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