June 17, 2012
Editor’s note: If we are to believe exit polls, the Greek people want austerity, lower standards of living, increased suicide rates, and approve of the prospect that unelected EU bureaucrats and IMF loan sharks can determine their fate.
Greece’s right-wing New Democracy party has a narrow lead over its left-wing rivals after parliamentary elections, exit polls suggest.
New Democracy, which broadly supports a European bailout deal, was one to two percentage points ahead of Syriza, which opposes the measure.
The outcome could decide Greece’s future inside the euro.