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PASOK unites forces with Greek "Olive Tree" for EP elections but will it be enough?
A fledgling centre left movement made up of personalities from several walks of life has decided to unite with PASOK at the European Parliament elections in May in a potentially significant move for Greek politics.
The cooperation certainly carries some weight in the sense that it is another stage in the long and dramatic fall from grace for PASOK. Once omnipotent, the Socialist party is polling in single digit figures and is no longer in a position to stand on it...
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