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... Zeybek had lost her Greek citizenship under Article 19 of the Greek Citizenship Code, which allowed of its revocation for non-ethnic Greeks who left the country ... Court of Human Rights and re-secured her Greek citizenship in 2001 ...
... People 26,925 1.6 0 Party for the National Union 14,256 0.8 0 Greek Working People's Party 9,132 0.5 0 National Resistance Party of Greece 8,260 0.5 0 Party ...
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