Voting at the crossroads in another Greek showdown

Will the Greeks send politicians to parliament who can work together to dig the country out of the hole that it’s in?

20th September, 2015
Alexis Tsiprass Syriza party has been neck and neck with New Democracy in pre-election polls. PIcture: AP

So today’s the day – either the Greeks vote for stability, or they vote for instability. Either they send deputies to parliament who will work together to dig the country out of the hole it is in, or they fail to even try. In which case, yet another election seems the only course, leaving the country in the hands of technocrats, and probably racking up more costs on an already overburdened people, and wasting a...

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