Greece's opposition parties back in spotlight

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament

Amid the tense negotiations between the government and Greece’s lenders as well as the scramble to cover the funding needs for March, the plight of the country’s opposition parties has gone largely unnoticed.

However, this could change soon as New Democracy’s parliamentary group will meet on Thursday for the first time since the January 25 elections. All eyes will be on party leader Antonis Samaras and his next move.

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