The Social & Political Psychology Lab of Panteion University, comment on the results of the double Greek parliamentary elections, held on May and June 2023. They argue that the solidification of the TINA dogma (There Is No Alternative) in Greek politics is a key factor in the rise of extremist narratives. This is highlighted by the variety of far right parties that have now gained parliamentary seats.
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