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SYRIZA set to name more MEP candidates, hoping for better results
Having navigated Monday’s national holiday without major incident, SYRIZA is turning its focus to Tuesday’s meeting of its political secretariat and the announcement of the latest batch of candidates for European Parliament elections.
There were concerns in the government that Monday’s celebrations of the war of independence, including a military parade in Athens, would lead to major protests against the recent Macedonia name deal. Although there were some incidents, none of them tur...
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