After election winner Antonis Samaras, of the conservative New Democracy party, failed to form a government, the onus is now on the far-leftist Alexis Tsipras, who has threatened to bring the euro down if Greece fails, to try to build a coalition.
It took awhile, but Greece will soon have a new government. Antonis Samaras, whose conservative New Democracy party won Sunday's elections, is set to be sworn in as prime minister, Reuters reports.
The leader of the Greek opposition has offered to form a unity government if the eurozone bailout wrangle causes a split in the governing Syriza party. Former prime minister Antonis Samaras, who was ousted by incumbent Alexis Tsipra...
Dora Bakoyannis, a member of the Greek New Democracy party that had supported austerity measures in the country demanded on Sunday the resignation of party's leader Antonis Samaras after the bailout referendum in the country.