ATHENS Greece’s Syriza celebration is on march to win 26 percent of votes in a snap choosing in September, only one indicate forward of a regressive New Democracy party, a check published by a Pulse for Action 24 radio channel pronounced on Tuesday.
Former premier Alexis Tsipras quiescent in Aug to find a new charge for a bailout understanding he clinched with a country’s general creditors. But opinion polls uncover his Syriza party’s lead is slipping, suggesting his preference to call a snap choosing could backfire.
The check also pronounced a Golden Dawn celebration was on march to win 6 percent of votes, while 10.5 percent of Greeks were as nonetheless undecided.
(Reporting by Angeliki Koutantou; essay by Matthias Williams)
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