Mitsotakis sets out on long haul to revive New Democracy while keeping internal balance

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Following his surprising victory in Sunday’s leadership election, New Democracy president Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who garnered 173,297 votes (52.43 percent), begins from Tuesday the task of overhauling his party.

One of the toughest challenges that the new conservative leader faces is striking a political balance between the various factions within his party. It is no coincidence, then, that Mitsotakis’s first appointments as the new leader will be with two of h...

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