Greeks Head to Polls to Decide Who Will Implement Bailout

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  • Syriza has narrow lead over New Democracy in latest surveys
  • Both major parties say they'll abide by terms of agreement

Alexis Tsipras, former Greek prime minister and leader of the Syriza party, reacts as he places his voting slip in a ballot box as he votes in the general election at a polling station in the suburb of Kypseli, Athens, on Sept. 20.

Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg

Greeks began voting Sunday in a general election to determine who will lead efforts to implement European bailout agreements and restore economic normalcy to the continent’s most indebted country.

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