Greece’s highly anticipated and highly scrutinized second shot at parliamentary elections last week have likely brought a momentary reprieve from fears that the country could suddenly leave the euro.
But it has not brought a reprieve to the crisis as a whole.
We examine the fallout of the elections—who won and what this means—in our quick Greek elections post mortem.
Produced by Robert Libetti
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