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Tsipras leads the line as New Democracy has victory and majority in its sights
Alexis Tsipras is taking on an ever-more prominent role in SYRIZA’s campaign ahead of the European Parliament elections as a new opinion polls suggests the leftists are closing the gap on New Democracy, which is still on course to win the May 26 ballot and the national vote later this year.
The prime minister spoke at a sports arena in Kalamata on Thursday evening, from where he tried to argue that voters are facing a clear choice in this year’s elections. He claimed that the opposition parties left the country in a mess, that Kyriakos Mit...
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