So, Greece will have a new coalition government.
In summary, that government will probably be formed of sworn rivals New Democracy (129 seats, conservative, led by Harvard-educated economist Antonis Samaras) and Pasok (33 seats, the Greek socialist party and former party of government, once led by George Papandreou, now led by Evangelos Venizelos, a professor of constitutional law ). Despite winning around half of the votes cast, Syriza the left wing party opposed to austerity and seen as most likely to pre-empty a messy Eurozone withdrawal, will probably stay out of it.
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