Election aftershocks dominate the agenda, focus on the center-left

The aftermath of the EU election results will continue to dominate the country's political agenda, a week after the ballots showed that none of the big three parties reached their stated goals.

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis reshuffled his cabinet on Friday and sent a message against complacency and arrogance during the first cabinet meeting over the weekend.

Developments might be swift and thunderous in the center-left, which has been in crisis for years. In the socialist PASOK party, several officials are calling for the immediate launch of procedures leading to elections for a new leader in 2024.

In SYRIZA, two proposals have been put forward: one for the formation of a coordinating committee of all center-left parties and the other for holding a referendum within SYRIZA to initiate procedures for the formation of a single body. Both have already been...

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