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Andrew Bartlett Jul 7
Some good news out of the - the neo-Nazis fell below the 3% vote threshold and have lost all their seats! (Also looks rather like “right-leaning” side only won because of the odd rule giving 50 bonus seats to the party with the most votes?)
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©️as "Stay the Fuck Home" Ⓜ️udde Jul 7
I see mostly lazy "analyses" about Greek elections, completely overplaying defeat of Syriza, which did remarkably well and is currently more likely to return to power in few years than fall apart. 🇬🇷 Below my quick first take on
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Queen Paola 🇨🇦 🇮🇹 🇩🇪 Jul 7
It's so encouraging to see so many Europeans returning to commonsense governments. Bravo, Greece! 👏
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Manfred Weber Jul 7
Congratulations to and for the big election victory. enters today into a new era.
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Luke Cooper Jul 7
Looks like Syriza have lost power in Greece. Exit polls show clear victory for the centre-right New Democracy. Sombre mood here at the Syriza stand on Syntagma Square
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James Ker-Lindsay Jul 7
Glad to see TV channels continuing the election night tradition of making sure they have as many commentators as possible on at the same time. The winner this evening seems to be . A studio busting 12!
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Ruptly Jul 7
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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jul 8
WATCH: Greece's new PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis is sworn in after winning by a landslide in Sunday’s election
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Source Jul 8
Analysis: Syriza's demise shows the left shouldn't play the warden in debtors' prison were the great hope of the European left, but surrendering to the Troika meant their election defeat was all but inevitable
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©️as "Stay the Fuck Home" Ⓜ️udde Jul 8
Useful overview of responses to across Europe
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Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right Jul 9
Why did do so badly in Sunday's ? In today's original insights blog, Doctoral Fellow, Mr Maik Fielitz, takes a look at the factors around the neo-fascist party's electoral decline:
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Global Times Jul 8
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras acknowledged his Radical Left SYRIZA party's defeat to the conservatives in Sunday's general elections, the first to be conducted since Greece emerged from the bailout programs last summer.
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Dimo Yagcioglu Jul 7
Results. Now ND 39,63% 158 seats, SYRIZA 31,63% 86 seats, KINAL-PASOK 7,95% 22 seats, Communist Party 5,37% 15 seats, Greek Solution (kooky-right-wing) 3,76% 10 seats, Varoufakis-Mera25: 3.48% 9 seats, Golden Dawn: 2.97% NO SEATS
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jonathan charles Jul 7
A great pleasure reviewing the papers on BBC1/World News with ⁦⁩. Amongst other things, we chatted about the . The ⁦⁩ is supporting the private sector in Greece - providing much needed loans. We invest in changing lives.
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Socialist Equality Party (Britain) Jul 7
After years of austerity measures, “radical left” Syriza suffers devastating defeat in Greek elections
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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jul 8
Greece has a new prime minister. The center-right New Democracy party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis won by a landslide in Sunday’s election
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POLITICO Poll of Polls Jul 8
Results for the 2019 Greek general election (99.9% counted): ND 39.85% | 158 seats Syriza 31.53% | 86 KA 8.10% | 22 KKE 5.30% | 15 EL 3.70% | 10 ΜeRA25 3.44% | 9 --threshold-- XA 2.93% PE 1.46% EK 1.24% More on .
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barnejek Jul 7
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Daphne Papadopoulou Jul 7
Oh my god. Singular Logic, the tech company responsible for the official vote tally, says neo-nazi Golden Dawn may not enter parliament! We're holding our breath
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In Def. of Communism Jul 8
A positive outcome of is the fact that the Nazi-fascist criminal party crashes out of parliament. The admirers of Hitler and Metaxas have no place in politics and society.
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