With the prospects for the formation of a viable government in Athens after elections on 6 May appearing very slim, the first reaction from Berlin and Brussels was to point out to the country's obligations towards the Eurozone.
Greek voters punished the two mainstream political parties, the socialist Pasok and the centre-right New Democracy, for bringing the country to this desperate situation and voted for extremists on both sides of the political spectrum.
New Democracy was vo...
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