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Party leaders are finalising their candidate lists for the September 20 elections as New Democracy continues to play the unity card, which has served the conservatives well in the campaign so far.
No major surprises are expected on the lists put forward by SYRIZA and New Democracy, especially given that both parties find themselves in transitional phases: SYRIZA due to its anti-bailout rebels breaking away to form Popular Unity, and New Democracy...
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