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According to the poll, the indomitable Mikotakis is far ahead

According to the poll, the indomitable Mikotakis is far ahead

According to the forecasts of the six largest Greek polling institutes New Democracy Party, led by former Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis Can get 40-44 percent of the vote, while Former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras (2015-2019) led by Radical Left Alliance (Syriza) gets 16.1-19.1 percent of the vote.

According to polling data, New Democracy could win a majority in the 300-member legislature, thanks to the new electoral system that favors the party that gets the most votes.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ party also won the last vote held in May, but due to the lack of an absolute majority, it was unable to form a government on its own.

The New Democracy, which won 41 percent of the vote in the first round of the Greek elections, could have ended the elections by forming a coalition, but the political force that is still in power exploits the fact that the largest opposition party has won. Big slap from the voters. They planned a KO in the second round, and it looks like they will succeed.

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In the second round, 37 percent support is needed to form a government.

It was already known in advance that investors would clearly prefer Kyriakos Mitsotakis’ government to remain in power, thanks to the fact that he maintains a good relationship with with the European UnionAs well as commitment to the reforms undertaken by the state in exchange for international rescue packages.

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However, Syriza cannot expect a resounding success and a surprising turnaround from the second round of the election, said Wolfango Piccoli, co-founder of risk analysis firm Teneo. according to

As he pointed out after the first round,

It will take a long time for the largest opposition party to recover, so New Democracy may dominate Greek politics for the foreseeable future and run the government without any meaningful control.

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