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As Greece enters Holy Week, ahead of the celebration of Christian Orthodox Easter this coming Sunday, the election campaign has been overshadowed by a fresh row over the government’s efforts to tinker with legislation aimed at preventing the far-right Ellines (Greeks) party from taking part in the upcoming ballot.
Just weeks after passing a law that would have allowed the first section of the Supreme Court to bar a party from taking part in the election if it is deemed that its genuine leaders, rather than frontmen, have been convicted of crimes. Last week, forme...
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