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SYRIZA attempted on Friday to limit further damage to its image on Friday after complaints of efforts by government officials to appoint relatives to positions in Parliament before snap elections are officially called.
SYRIZA MP, and former minister, Tassia Christodoulopoulou announced that she would not stand as a candidate in the upcoming elections after admitting on TV that she pulled strings to get her daughter appointed as a member of Parliamentary stuff.
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