Populism and fear favoured by policy inaction have helped xenophobia and racism flourish, according to Stavros Theodorakis, leader of the centre-left Potami party, who spoke to EURACTIV.com in an exclusive interview.
“We continue to work with them if the Greeks commit to what we have agreed,” Euro group head Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday as he arrived in Brussels for a meeting with euro area finance ministers. Dijsselbloem's comments come after anti-bailout leftist party Syriza won elections in Greece on Sunday.
As Greece goes to the polls on Sunday in what could be a game-changing election, Greek MEP Miltos Kyrkos told EURACTIV that his newly formed political group To Potami wants to keep Greece in the eurozone.
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