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Second & Final Round of Elections for SYRIZA’s Leadership to Be Held on Sunday

September 23, 2023

ATHENS – The second and final round of elections for the leadership of main opposition party SYRIZA-Progressive Alliance will be held on Sunday.

The candidates are Efi Achtsioglou and Stefanos Kasselakis, with the former receiving 36.18% of the votes in the first round and the latter 44.91%. Some 148,821 Syriza members had voted in the first round on September 17.

Achtsioglou will be casting her vote at the Athens district of Egaleo’s town hall at 11:00 am, while Kasselakis will be casting his at the Galaxias cultural center in Nea Smirni at 12:00 noon.

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