The Greek people have spoken—they can’t agree on who will lead them out of the eco­nomic crisis they now face. The two main par­ties (a center-​​right and a center-​​left party) lost votes and don’t have enough seats to form a coali­tion gov­ern­ment. The variety of far left and far right par­ties that each got a small share of the vote have little in common other than demanding an end to the aus­terity agree­ment that out­side lenders have imposed. It seems another elec­tion may be required to resolve the impasse since a coali­tion seems unlikely at this point.

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