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New Democracy applies pressure as coalition prepares for tough December
Seeing the government still struggling to conclude the second review, which has prompted speculation about whether this could lead to political developments, New Democracy has chosen to make it absolutely clear that it will not consent to a cross-party administration being formed and to reiterate its call for snap elections.
Speaking on Wednesday, New Democracy spokesman Vassilis Kikilias insisted that there was no way that the conservatives would join a so-called ecumenical government or any other administration to be formed by the current Parliament.
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