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Greek PM Urges Party To Regroup Before Snap Election

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According to Reuters, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged his party to regroup ahead of a snap election. PM Tsipras gave a speech to rally the Syriza party after opposition conservatives won more seats in the European Parliament elections. In his speech, Tsipras urged the Syriza faithful to heed voters, regroup, and fight. For the EU Parliament elections opposition party New Democracy was ahead of Syriza by ten points. But Tsipras organized a snap national election, which could be held as early as June 30th.

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