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Image: https://www.syriza.gr/ Kasselakis puts on friendly face for big business, compounding SYRIZA unease

In a move that is unlikely to sit well with everyone in his party, recently elected SYRIZA president Stefanos Kasselakis has attempted to court Greece’s industrialists by declaring that the leftists will adjust their position under his leadership so that they no longer “demonise” capital.

Image: MacroPolis Few bright spots for opposition candidates in local polls, ND confident for second round

New Democracy is claiming that total dominance over municipal and regional government is within reach, as the results of the first round of elections served up few unpleasant surprises for the governing party. At the same time, the polls created a new dynamic between SYRIZA and PASOK, as the main opposition parties contemplate strategic plays.

Photo by Aris Roupinas via https://www.pio.gov.cy/en/ Athens stands by Israel, hopes for de-escalation

Athens instantly condemned Saturday’s attack on Israel by Gaza-based Hamas - Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tweeted on Saturday that he strongly condemns “the atrocious terrorist attack against Israel, causing a high number of casualties among civilians."

Strong showing for ND in first round of local elections amid low turnout

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis interpreted the results of Sunday’s local elections as a “reconfirmation” of the public’s support in his New Democracy party, after candidates backed by the conservatives won seven of Greece’s 13 regional governorships, while ND-supported hopefuls also look well-placed to win the mayorships of Athens and Thessaloniki in run-off ballots next Sunday.

Photo by Ageliki Koronaiou/Fosphotos PM struggling to fulfil same-sex marriage pledge, prompting opposition pressure

The issue of same-sex marriage is turning into somewhat of a thorn in Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis’s side as there appears to be little support from within his party for a change to the law – a fact that SYRIZA is looking to exploit as its new leader Stefanos Kasselakis looks to burnish his liberal credentials, especially when compared to the conservative leader.

Image: https://www.syriza.gr/ Kasselakis looks to rehabilitate foreign policy credentials with Cyprus visit

The new leader of SYRIZA Stefanos Kasselakis made his first trip abroad this week with a visit to Cyprus. The move was a symbolic gesture intended to correct the poor impression made by Kasselakis during his campaign, when he referred to Turkish-occupied territory on the island as a “statelet”.

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