Europe

Greek Voters Have a Choice, But Not Much of One

The debt-relief deal is already set. The winning party must implement it.

A Tsipras comeback?

Photographer: ARIS MESSINIS/AFP/Getty Images

Greece is having an important election on Sunday, and nobody seems to care. Last night I went to a rally here in Athens for New Democracy, the center-right party that has, somewhat unexpectedly, pulled even with Syriza in the polls. As appropriate for a center-right party, the street was filled with neatly dressed people waving enormous Greek flags.

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