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PASOK and Potami divided over direction to take after Mitsotakis win
PASOK and To Potami have been feeling the aftershock of Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s win in the New Democracy leadership race, with different views emerging in each part about how they could deal with a possible resurgence in the conservatives’ fortunes.
The clearest division is evident in PASOK, where party leader Fofi Gennimata dismissed MP Leonidas Grigorakos from her parliamentary group last week after he suggested that some socialist lawmakers might join or support New Democracy.
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