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New Democracy risks losing moderates with move for right-wing alliance
New Democracy’s attempt to form a broad right-wing alliance designed to prevent SYRIZA winning the next elections has had a mixed response so far but the most important reaction could yet be the one from within the party itself.
This was underlined on Friday when Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, one of the leading members of New Democracy’s moderate wing, suggested that he would quit the party if it welcomes back “populists” who had left its ranks or been thr...
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