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The radical left has won the Greek election. Now what?

Manos Matsaganis, former visiting scholar, Center for Equitable Growth | January 29, 2015

The Greek people have spoken. The radical-left coalition SYRIZA of Alexis Tsipras has won the election with 36.3% of votes cast. Not exactly a landslide, but a clear victory over its main opponent, the conservative New Democracy (27.8%), senior partner in the outgoing government. And an impressive performance for a party whose share of the … Continue reading »