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Appealing to dual audiences compounds mixed messages from SYRIZA
The mixed messages from SYRIZA on what it plans to do if it wins Sunday’s elections have continued this week, partly reflecting the party’s attempt to draw votes from both the left and the centre in the last days of the campaign.
SYRIZA MP Nadia Valavani suggested on Tuesday that one of the party’s first tasks if it forms the next government will be to ask for a six-month extension to the current bailout. This appears slightly different to a proposal put forward last week by Yia...
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