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DIMAR's collapse continues, leaving doubts about presidential vote and centre-left
The decline of former coalition partner Democratic Left (DIMAR) continued on Tuesday when MP Spyros Lykoudis, one of the party’s leading figures, announced he is quitting to become an independent lawmaker.
Lykoudis leads the so-called Reformist Wing of the small party and has aired concerns over the last few months about the direction DIMAR has taken since leaving the government in June 2013. Lykoudis believes that Democratic Left leader Fotis Kouvelis is...
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