The New Democracy party was the big winner in Sunday’s polls with more than 40% of the vote, but it failed to obtain an absolute majority.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to govern for another four years. Voters seem to want him to lead as well.
But although his New Democracy party was the big winner in Sunday’s polls with more than 40% of the vote, it failed to secure an outright majority.
The party has promised to boost the economy further, but voters, especially young people, say they have yet to see the benefits.
So what’s next for Greek politics and is the opposition party still relevant?
Presenter: Adrian Finighan
George Tzogopoulos – Lecturer at the Democritus University of Thrace
Despina Afentouli – Executive Director at the Institute of International Relations, Greece, and former head of the Greece program at NATO
Petros Fassoulas – Secretary General of the European Movement International and former European Adviser to the British Parliament