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Kyriakos Mitsotakis is continuing his effort to convince voters to participate in the July 7 elections, so they grant New Democracy a clear majority, while SYRIZA is trying to find as many weak points in the centre-right party’s manifesto as possible in order to attack the opposition and prevent a walkover in 10 days.
Speaking in the working-class town of Elefsina, west of Athens, on Wednesday, Mitsotakis warned that voters should avoid making “mistakes” or “wrong choices” next month. He argued that there has to be a “strong hand on the wheel” if the country is going...
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