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Facing considerable unrest within his party, SYRIZA’s recently elected leader Stefanos Kasselakis is attempting to fight back by increasing his grassroots support and avoiding any direct confrontation with his critics.
Kasselakis appeared at a town hall-style meeting of party supporters in the town of Keratsini, near Piraeus, on Thursday. He claimed that after his public appeal earlier this week for new members to join the party, some 500 applications were submitted i...
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