George Papandreou was in an Exarcheia fish tavern with his associates after the announcement of the results of the KINAL leadership, and danced a zeibekiko.
Without the anxiety of the elections and in order to thank his associates, who all this time gave a big fight for his candidacy, they dined at a well-known fish tavern in the centre of Athens.
The former prime minister danced a famous zeibekiko and uploaded the video.
His Dutch partner was also present.
Greece’s third-largest group in parliament on Sunday elected Nikos Androulakis, a European Parliament lawmaker, as its new leader.
Androulakis beat former Prime Minister George Papandreou to lead the Movement for Change (KINAL), a socialist coalition.
Androulakis, a civil engineer, began his political career as a leader of the youth wing of the Panhellenic Socialist Movement, or PASOK, one of the parties in the Movement for Change.
With 22 lawmakers in the 300-member Greek Parliament, Movement for Change is Greece’s third-largest political grouping behind ruling conservative New Democracy and left-wing Syriza.
It gained 8.1% of the vote in Greece’s last national election, in July 2019.
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