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DIMAR faces struggle to survive in 2014, a year of elections
The New Year has at least two elections in store (local and European) for Greece, while the possibility of a third ballot (national) cannot be ruled out. In these circumstances, the role of Greece’s smaller parties – the ones that could act as future coalition partners – is crucial.
Democratic Left (DIMAR) is one of those and perhaps the most significant of all as it could potentially work with New Democracy and SYRIZA, the two parties that will dominate any elections Greece holds in 2014.
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