PASOK and Potami leaders to meet amid talk of cooperation
PASOK leader Fofi Gennimata and To Potami chief Stavros Theodorakis have agreed to meet on Thursday afternoon amid speculation about the two parties working together.
The two leaders both appear open to the idea of finding common ground but have disagreed over how they may cooperate. Gennimata prefers a loose coalition that which allow each party independence but Theodorakis favors the creation of a new entity that would include former PASOK officials and new faces.
The pair are due to meet in Parliament at 5 p.m. on Thursda.
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