Social Agreement (Greece)

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Social Agreement
Κοινωνική Συμφωνία
Leader Louka Katseli
Founded 14 March 2012
Split from PASOK
Ideology Democratic socialism
Social democracy
Colours Green
Parliament
0 / 300
European Parliament
0 / 22
Regions [1]
0 / 725
Website
koinonikisymfonia.gr
Politics of Greece
Political parties
Elections

Social Agreement for Greece in Europe, or Social Agreement for short (Greek: Κοινωνική Συμφωνία για την Ελλάδα στην Ευρώπη, or just Κοινωνική Συμφωνία; alternatively translated as Social Pact[2][3]), is a political party in Greece, established in March 2012. It was formed by parliamentarians and two former ministers of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) who were expelled from the party after voting against the country's new loan deal with foreign creditors. It is led by Louka Katseli, former Minister for Labour, and Haris Kastanidis, former Minister of the Interior.[4]

In May 2012 elections the party won 60,753 votes (0.96%) and no seats.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The counselors of the Regions.
  2. ^ "Venizelos draws battle lines for general elections", Ekathimerini, 15 March 2012 
  3. ^ Crisis: Greece, 2 former Papandreou ministers set up party, ANSAmed, 15 March 2012 
  4. ^ "Former PASOK ministers launch new party", Ekathimerini, 14 March 2012 

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