To Potami intensifies efforts to mop up disgruntled Greek voters

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To Potami, the centrist party founded by journalist Stavros Theodorakis in February, has published the closest thing to a manifesto it has produced in the last seven months.

Theodorakis set out on Sunday the party’s 21 “governing priorities” after months of discussions within the fledgling movement, which elected two MEPs in May after receiving 6.6 percent of the vote.

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