The deputies who left SYRIZA will form a parliamentary group

Parliament of Greece / Photo Archive

Eleven deputies, including former ministers, who left the Greek opposition party SYRIZA in the past period form a parliamentary group in the Parliament.

The deputies held a meeting late last night and, as expected and announced, they agreed to form a new parliamentary group for which they have a sufficient number, given that at least ten deputies are needed for its formation.

The new parliamentary group will be officially launched on Monday when the name will be announced, while former minister Alexis Haritzis will be the president.

We are talking about deputies from two factions, who left SYRIZA due to disagreements with the new party leader Stefanos Kaselakis.

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