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In search of majority, PM looks to bring back wavering voters
Opinion polls suggest that the upcoming elections, which most observers expect to be held on May 21, will result in a deadlock but Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis hopes that they could act a springboard for New Democracy to secure an outright majority in a second ballot a few weeks later, possibly on July 2.
Mitsotakis is due to embark on a series of visits around the country this week following a hiatus in the wake of the deadly train crash at the end of February. There are two key messages that the PM is set to take to voters. The first relates to the acc...
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