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Leader of KINAL, Fofi Gennimata, withdraws from leadership race due to health reasons

Fofi Gennimata, the leader of socialist opposition party Movement for Change (KINAL/PASOK) announced on Tuesday afternoon that she will not run in upcoming party elections for leadership due to health reasons.  Gennimata announced her withdrawal from the leadership race on a tweet in which she wrote: “The deterioration of my …

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PM claims “coffins vs burned acres”- “Vulgarity” and “Mansplaining” says opposition

“Prime Μinister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reached a limit up in vulgarity speaking in parliament on Wednesday,” SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance spokesperson said on Thursday, speaking to SKAI TV. Spokesperson Nasos Iliopoulos referred to one of Mitsotakis’ unprecedented statement during his briefing regarding the wildfires management in the month of August. Speaking about the …

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Tsipras accuses gov’t of “chaos and insecurity” on Lesvos and Chios

Main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras said the government was to blame for the “conditions of chaos” and “insecurity” in Greece, following the ugly scenes and the excessive use of violence by riot police on the islands of Lesvos and Chios. “Today we are talking about the social security bill,” …

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Fofi Gennimata wins leadership elections in PASOK

The old leader of PASOK, Fofi Gennimata, has been elected to be the new leader of PASOK. In the second round of elections on Sunday, Genimmata received 56% of the votes, while her challenger Androulakis gathered 44% . The voters’ turnover  reached 160,000. Genimmata’s goal to call for leadership election …

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Big participation in PASOK leadership elections, Gennimata leads the race

PASOK leader Fofi Gennimata has gathered the majority of votes on Sunday elections that were held in order to choose a new leader for Greece’s socialist part PASOK. According to amna.gr, with 50 percent of the polling stations counted -which corresponds to about 70,000 votes- the results are: Fofi Gennimata …

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