Greek election: putting a price on the Eurozone?

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On 25 January the leftist party, Syriza, secured victory in Greece’s general election. Led by Alexis Tsipras, Syriza campaigned on a promise to renegotiate the terms of the €240 billion EU-IMF bailout. Failed negotiations could see funding withdrawn with the prospect of a disorderly default on Greece’s debt and exit from the Eurozone. The question now is will Syriza stand by its election promises? 

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