Many Greeks voted out of fear in the back-to-back 2012 general elections. They did so to keep the country afloat, in the eurozone and safe from calamity. Now, thanks to their votes and the efforts of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, those fears have abated.
Former government secretary general Takis Baltakos arrives at a prosecutor's office to give a testimony in Athens yesterday. Baltakos, a top aide to the Greek prime minister, resigned last week after a leaked video showed him suggesting the government had tried to press judges to jail lawmakers from the far-right Golden Dawn party.
Failos Kranidiotis, one of Greek Prime Minister Andonis Samaras's closest aides, will not run at May 25's European Elections.
PASOKs role as the junior partner in Greeces coalition government led by the New Democracy conservatives is extremely crucial to ensuring political stability.