Elias Nicolacopoulos. Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Athens
Irene Martín. Professor of Political Science at the Autonomous University of Madrid
If anything can be said of the elections last January the 25th, it is that it was a decisive step in the consolidation of a new party system in Greece. The economic crisis has opened Pandora's Box and there are several countries in which, for some time, the partisan map is being reshaped. But we can say that for Greece, it has a particularly clear route ahead
Jorge Fabra Utray.Economist
These days, when we talk about Greece, we may have to start by giving a warning about the misrepresentation of words.
Ignacio Pérez. Professor of the International Business Programme at the UAO CEU
The recent election result that occurred in Greece with the almost absolute majority of the leftist coalition, Syriza, provokes, once again, confrontations and tensions (some latent, others explicit) within the European Union. However, this time it is an all-out battle at all levels: political, economic, identity and financial. Let's take a look at it in parts. Let's start with the political part.