Greece elections, the Conservative Party up 40%. But Mitsotakis will give up his mandate to win solo in June. Bad Tsipras left
A very big victory by the Conservative Party Democratic nyaLed by the outgoing Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakisit might not be enough Greece to form a government immediately. The party is given a huge advantage by everyone director And about the 21st on Sunday, with more than half the sections checked, it settles around 41% of preferences. Quite a significant lead over all competitors, but not enough to judge on its own. Thanks to the electoral system, he will likely decide to wait for the second round when the rules allow him to rule alone by replicating the results of the day.
left Syriza Former Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras It must collect between 23.5 and 27.5 percent of the vote but on real ballot it is stopped at 20%while the PASOK It is given between 9.5% and 12.5%. The first results show that what has been achieved is a goal clear victoryNia Democratic sources explained after the election on polling day. However, as mentioned, the score will not be sufficient to confirm the verdict. Based on electoral system To be able to lead the country independently, the party must reach at least 45%. The winner of the election will have three days to negotiate one day coalition with other parties.
If the attempt fails, the mandate to form the government is transferred to the second party, and the process repeats itself. If this second attempt doesn’t work either, we’ll go back to the polls with a slightly different electoral system that makes it easier to form a majority. You do not immediately vote with “simplified” system Because approval in 2020 came with Simple majority and not qualified. According to what happens, however, Mitsotakis aims to immediately let go exploratory mandate which would enable him to form a coalition government. The plan is to return to the polls to ensure near-certainty of an independent government. Possible date for the second round is June 25th.
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