Eczitpols: ruling party “New Democracy” leads in elections in Greece

The ruling party “New Democracy”, led by ex-Prime Minister Kiriakos Mitsotakis, leads in the parliamentary elections in Greece. This is evidenced by the results of the eczitpols, which were announced after the closing of polling stations.

“New Democracy” receives 40-44.0% of the vote. The leading opposition party has the coalition of the radical left -wing forces of Siriz – the progressive alliance of ex -Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras – 16.1-19.1% of the vote.

Pasco – the movement of changes gains 10-13%of the vote, the Communist Party of Greece (CCGs) – 7.2-9.2%, the “Hellenic of the Fox” (“Greek decision”) – 2.3-4.3%.

About 6 percent of the new Party of Spartates. Earlier, the organization announced the support of the ex-deputy from the ultra-right group “Golden Dawn” by Ilias Kasidiaris, who is prohibition to participate in the parliamentary elections

In Greece on Sunday morning, June 25, repeated parliamentary elections were held.

Power stations opened at 7:00 local time. Voting ended at 19:00.

To pass into the parliament, it is necessary to overcome the 3-percent threshold.