ND aims to see off threat from right, with focus on fringe religious party

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Far Right, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, Religion

The surprise performance of smaller parties in the May 21 elections has New Democracy worried about the potential for a dilution of the vote in the upcoming re-rerun scheduled in a month’s time.

The conservatives are particularly focussed on neutralising the threat from a new religious nationalist party which appears to have taken a significant share of the vote from New Democracy in some parts of the country; however, a potential resurgence of...

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