Polls close in less than two hours, and the winner will be decided by... math!
Yanis Varoufakis points to two purposes that the elections serve
Confident and sharp, Zoe Konstantopoulou voted in her usual swaggering style
On Sunday, Greek voters headed to the polls for the fifth election in six years and the third for 2015... Enthusiasm was low because Greeks felt that their future has already been signed off with a harsh bailout deal
"All surveys show that people want all forces to be united", he said
"The country needs a stable government for four years", she said
With a powerful KKE “we will be able to get a better future for us and our children”, he said
"We want all people to trust us, even those who will not vote for us", he said
Greeks are disappointed and go to the polling stations without a great interest in who will be elected, Le Monde reports
We must be determined to make fair compromises, he said.