Greek Elections Result: New Democracy, first with 29.66%, after 99.84% of the votes were counted

ATHENS | New Democracy is the first at the legislative elections in Greece on Sunday, but with no majority, winning only 29.66 percent of the votes, respectively 129 seats in the Parliament and followed by radical left Syriza and Pasok, after counting of 99 ,84 percent of the votes.

According to results announced by the Interior Ministry after counting 99.84 percent of the votes, New Democracy (conservative) won 29.66%, respectively, 129 out of 300 seats of the Greek Parliament, Syriza (radical left) 26.89 percent of the votes and 71 seats and Pasok (socialists) 12.28 percent and 31 seats.

In fourth place is Independent Greeks (nationalist right) with 7.51 percent of the votes and 20 seats, followed by the Golden Dawn (neo-Nazi), with 6.92 percent and 18 seats. Two other parties that have exceeded the threshold are the Democratic Left (Dimar) with 6.25 percent of the votes and 17 seats and KKE (Communist), by 4.5 percent and 12 seats.

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