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New Democracy’s electoral committee is due to meet at 1 p.m. on Monday to decide what action to take next after the party failed to hold its leadership election on Sunday due to software problems.
The two options that seem to be open to the conservatives are to quickly find a new way to hold the ballot in the coming weeks, probably using a different IT company after Sunday’s fiasco, or to hold a national congress so the party can regroup and a ne...
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