The Future Of Greece And The Euro

The Greek people have spoken—they can’t agree on who will lead them out of the economic crisis they now face. The two main parties (a center-right and a center-left party) lost votes and don’t have enough seats to form a coalition government. The variety of far left and far right parties that each got a small share of the vote have little in common other than demanding an end to the austerity agreement that outside lenders have imposed. It seems another election may be required to resolve the impasse since a coalition seems unlikely at this point.