Parties face up to victory and defeat in preparation for fresh elections
Formalities proceed, paving way for June 25 vote and tough questions for opposition
Fresh elections on the cards as SYRIZA reluctantly confronts full scale of defeat
Mitsotakis eyes majority in second vote as SYRIZA reels from crushing defeat
Resounding win for Mitsotakis, who has majority comfortably in reach
SYRIZA on defensive as election campaign draws to close
Tsipras identifies failings, tries to rally SYRIZA as Androulakis attempts to tread own path
The caretaker government, under the premiership of senior judge Ioannis Sarmas, that will guide Greece to the June 25 elections was due to be sworn in on Friday but most of the attention was on the opposition parties’ efforts to ensure that New Democracy does not enjoy another landslide victory next month.
In an attempt to prevent a prolonged period of introspection and infighting, SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras went public on Thursday about his thoughts on the left-wing party’s disastrous showing and what needs to change over the next few weeks. Meanwhile,...
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