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Recent publications by the IEP (Germany)

Axt, Heinz-Jürgen, Populism and Euroscepticism in Greece: Left and Right United (TruLies Blog), April 2017
Normally, it is difficult to imagine a left wing and a right wing populist party building a government coalition together. In Greece, however, this has been a reality since the election of 25 January 2015. While the leftist populist party SYRIZA (Synaspismos Rizospastikis Aristeras, Coalition of the Radical Left) had won the elections and managed to obtain 149 of 300 mandates in the Parliament in Athens, it was missing two representatives for a majority government. So they formed a coalition with the right wing populist party …read more

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