PASOK's growing internal strife hampering Greek coalition

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Since the damaging result of the European Parliament elections in May, a sense of dread appears to have gripped the coalition, leading to tension and differences of opinion. This is most evident from the unrest within PASOK.

Although the junior coalition partner did not suffer the crushing defeat many expected in May, it still only garnered a paltry 8.1 percent as part of the centre-left Olive Tree alliance. This has prompted many within the party to question PASOK’s role i...

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