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Loverdos cosies up to DIMAR but future of Greek centre left remains in doubt
One of the key factors that will determine developments in Greek politics over the months and years to come is what is going to happen in the centre-left part of the spectrum. There have been backchannel discussions on the subject between PASOK, Democratic Left (DIMAR) and various new groups and movements but so far the issue remains unresolved.
On September 16, Andreas Loverdos – the former PASOK health minister – attempted to make the first decisive move by holding talks with DIMAR leader Fotis Kouvelis. Loverdos, who left PASOK last year, formed his own party in April. Titled Pact for a New ...
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