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Syriza 2.0: Tsipras’s new challenge

Can Greece emerge from this with sustainable economic growth?

By George Magnus  

Alexis Tsipras's Syriza party has won a mandate to implement the austerity measures he negotiated in July with the eurozone © Kostas Pikoulas/Pacific Press/ABACAPRESS.COM

Alexis Tsipras has lead his Syriza party to a statistically meaningful victory in Greece’s fifth election in six years, winning about 35 per cent of the vote against 28 per cent for his conservative party opponents in New Democracy. Tsipras will form a new coalition government…

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