Gavrilovic, Mladen
September 1985
Contemporary Review;Sep85, Vol. 247 Issue 1436, p126
Literary Criticism
Highlights the victory of socialists in parliamentary elections in Greece on June 2, 1985 led by Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou and his Pan-Hellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK). Other political parties elected to parliament; Advantage of Papandrou's decision to call elections before the expiry of his mandate; Key factors that could have affected the chances of socialists in the election; Assessment of PASOK regarding oppositionist Constantine Mitsotakis; Papandreou's foreign policies.


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