Syriza On Course For Victory In Greek Election
Greece's left-wing Syriza Party has about a third of the votes in early results.
Alexis Tsipras and his Syriza party are on track to win Greece's election with 35 percent of the vote and climbing. (Video via Alexis Tsipras)
Vangelis Meimarakis, of the second-place New Democracy party, has conceded. This gives Syriza more of a mandate. (Video via Euronews)
Syriza MP Vangelis Apostolou told state TV his party intends to move forward with reforms.
Meanwhile, smaller players in Greece's politics are moving up in Parliament.
The far-right Golden Dawn party polled at 7-8 percent in early results — enough for 20 seats. Members expect its share to grow. (Video via Bloomberg)
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