Now that Syriza has formed a government which has already made some statements on its legislative agenda, there is now a little more clarity on the road forward, and it’s of little comfort to many across Europe and in the troika. Tsipras has just criticised the EU for its stance on Russia, has put the brake on the bailout privatisation agenda, and has nominated colleagues on the farther fringes of his party to critical portfolios such as energy. In this second snapshot on the Greek elections FTI Consulting Brussels’s Constantine Levoyannis and our leading PA experts in Berlin, Istanbul, London and Paris explore the political ramifications of the election outcome in some of the EU’s major capitals and what we can expect from Greece’s fledgling government.
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