Zoe Alipranti, (2019), “European Parliament elections preview: Greece”, LSE EUROPP, 13 May
The last European Parliament elections in 2014 took place during a period of significant tension over the Greek debt crisis. As Zoe Alipranti explains, this time around, the European Parliament elections in Greece are unlikely to feature such a high level of polarisation over Europe. Syriza has drifted away from its radical Euroscepticism, and although substantial dissatisfaction persists among many Greek citizens, a majority are likely to back a continuation of the country’s current course on Europe.
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