2012年6月20日星期三

New Democratic Party won the elections Greece | Der Spiegel

Government to support emergency aid cabinet in sight

New Democratic Party to win Greek elections

Photo Gallery: New Democracy Wins Greek Election
The conservative New Democratic Party won the elections in Greece, this result is seen as the future of the euro area is of decisive significance. Party socialists should be able to form a coalition government to support emergency assistance, but Greece may still face months of uncertainty.
Around the world hold your breath to watch the elections held in Greece on Sunday, worried about the election results will lead Greece out of the euro. Seem to support the two mainstream parties reached between the EU and the IMF's emergency assistance program should be able to form a government - however, the Athenians has yet to ride out the storm. According to the Greek Ministry of Interior official publication of the results, the conservative New Democratic Party 29.7 percent of the vote in the first place, won 129 seats, then the leftist Syiza Party won 26.9 percent of the vote (71 seats). The center-left Socialists (PASOK) was third with 12.3 percent of the vote (33 seats). The far-right Golden Dawn, the party received 6.9 percent of the vote and 18 seats in Congress. The end of the first past the first political party to receive 50 additional seats, which means that the New Democrats and the Socialists 300 seats in the Greek Parliament occupies 162. They can since the formation of the coalition government of the EU - the International Monetary Fund (IMF) (EU-IMF) assistance plan. New Democratic Party leader Antonis Samaras called on all parties to support the formation of "national salvation government", he said: "there was no time the new government must lead the economic growth and to eliminate the doubts of the Greeks - the worst of times has passed. " "The road ahead will be long and arduous" EU leaders on the results of the reaction is a sigh of relief. An Jina Merkel's office, German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday night by telephone to congratulate Samaras, and she thinks Greece will continue to abide by its commitment to the European Union ". German Finance Minister Wolfgang Sue Buller This result is referred to as "the decisions made by the Greek voters for the steady implementation of the mean far-reaching economic and financial reforms. This road will be long and arduous but necessary It will give a better future prospects of the Greek people. " German Deputy Finance Minister Steven Kan Peite told German television on Monday morning, Germany hope that the new Greek government to respect its commitment but can not be forced Athenians too tight. Kanpei Te said: "For us, it is clear that Greeks do not be too nervous." German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said before the final result was declared: "We need to Greece to stay in the euro area, we need to Greece to continue to ask the European." He stressed that the Greeks must decide their own future: "You can not stop anyone who wants to leave, "he insisted that there is no" great change "in the agreement reached between the European Union and International Monetary Fund (EU & IMF), but he can not expect to discuss the timetable is likely to Last week, media reports said the political parties to support emergency assistance to form a government, then the EU might relax the terms of the agreement "Euro Group" composed of euro zone finance ministers said in a statement: "The ongoing financial and structural reforms is the best guarantee for Greece to overcome the current economic and social challenges as well as to have better future prospects in the euro zone as Greece. and added that it "reiterates its commitment to help Greece. European Commission Xiqiao Si Manuel Barroso and European Council President Herman. Fanlong Pei said in a statement: "the Greek people had already stated, we fully respect their democratic choice and we hope that the election results can so that a new government quickly set up, "said they will continue to support Greece, as part of the EU's extended family and the euro zone." The new government may be very vulnerable Left-wing parties Syriza threat if elected the words introduced to the introduction of inter-creditor contract with Greece, this step will result in Greece was forced to leave the euro zone, will Monetary Union, the rest of the region is expected to less than but almost certainly be disastrous consequences. If the Athenians can not comply with the agreement reached with the European Union and International Monetary Fund (EU & IMF) for emergency assistance, then, it will face default in a few months, almost inevitably want to return to the era of drachmas. A few days before the election, fear the Greeks for fear that their deposits will be erased from their bank account to withdraw hundreds of millions of euros. However, observers believe that even if the New Democrats and the Socialists managed to successfully organize the new government, it will also be a weak government, and may seek to re-negotiate the terms of the emergency assistance. Left-wing parties the Syriza leaders of the Ali Alexis. Kip Las said that his party will continue to oppose the emergency assistance. Saturday night in Athens, he told his supporters: "Soon, the left-wing coalition will be in power, tomorrow we will start to fight again." Sunday's play with Greece as the euro-zone members in a referendum election was the second time in Greek elections in six weeks. For angry voters' dissatisfaction with the two mainstream political parties after the May 6 the results of elections, no political party can be organized from a practical government, resulting in the need for the second round of elections. The new round of negotiations on the coalition government is expected to begin on Monday.

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