According to the first exit polls for Greece’s election, conducted by broadcaster Ert, the New Democracy party of outgoing Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has between 40 and 36 percent of the vote.
Syriza, the party of Alexis Tsipras, is instead between 29 and 35 percent.
Pasok, the third political force, would have obtained between 12.5% and 9.5%.
Almost 10 million citizens were called to the polls in Greece to elect the new government.
Optimism in the main party of the Greek left is “cautious” as 438,000 young people between the ages of 17 and 21 were expected at the polls, among whom the percentage of undecideds is around 10%. A reservoir from which opposition leader Alexis Tsipras hopes to overtake his main rival and try to form a progressive coalition government with the other parties, including Pasok, the country’s third largest political force.
Source: Jurnalul by jurnalul.ro.
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