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Greece: New Prevropská Democracy won the elections, along with PASOK should have a majority in Parliament


ATHENS (MEDIAFAX) - The conservative New Democracy won Sunday's parliamentary elections in Greece with a profit of 30.2 percent of the vote, results from the current partial results. The third movement of the socialist PASOK, this pro-European party could gain a majority in parliament, informed Reuters and BBC.

Second place according to the results after counting more than half the votes cast went to Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA), which gave 26.3 votes Greek voters.

Extrapolated to the mandates of the new democracy could in coalition with the Socialists, who received 12.7 percent of votes, to achieve a parliamentary majority. In třísetčlenném legislature, according to the BBC have both pro-European parties have 165 seats.

The MPs will include benches and neo-Nazis from the Golden Dawn. The results to date give them an 6.9 percent gain votes, which is approximately the same as in the May poll.

Original surveys of voters leaving the polling stations attributed the same gain votes right-wing New Democracy and the radical left, which has already admitted defeat.

SYRIZA is to maintain the euro, as well as four fifths of the Greeks. But refusing to savings in the Greek budget, which the European Union and the International Monetary Fund makes loans to other drawings.

New Democracy is on the euro and major changes in budget reporting.

Sunday's election marked the Greek press as the most important elections since the overthrow of the military junta in 1974. They are the result of the stalemate that occurred after the vote in May of this year.

Pro-European Conservatives and Socialists lost the election by an absolute majority in parliament and failed to find a suitable partner for the coalition. In her compilation failed and SYRIZA, which was then placed in second place. President Karolos Papulias later dissolved parliament and called new elections.

About 300 seats in parliament in Sunday's elections ran on 21 political parties and movements. Polling stations opened at six o'clock in the morning CET and closed about 12 hours later.

Zdenek Gazur, gazur@mediafax.cz

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