Sunday, September 20, 2015

Τα επίσημα αποτελέσματα με καταμετρημένο το 40% των ψήφων σε επίπεδο επικράτειας

Καθαρή νίκη του ΣΥΡΙΖΑ και οκτακομματική Βουλή δείχνει η ροή των αποτελεσμάτων από όλη την Επικράτεια. Στο 40% των καταμετρημένων ψήφων ο ΣΥΡΙΖΑ συγκεντρώνει ποσοστό 35,50% και 145 έδρες. Τον Ιανουάριο ο ΣΥΡΙΖΑ είχε συγκεντρώσει ποσοστό 36,34% και 149 έδρες.

Η ΝΔ λαμβάνει 28,08% και 75 έδρες, ενώ αντίστοιχα τον Ιανουάριο είχε συγκεντρώσει 27,81% και 76 έδρες. 

Η Χρυσή Αυγή δεν χάνει την τρίτη θέση με ποσοστό 7,14% και 19 έδρες, έναντι 6,28% και 17 έδρες τον Ιανουάριο.

Ποσοστό 6,40% συγκεντρώνει η Δημοκρατική Συμπαράταξη (ΠΑΣΟΚ/ΔΗΜΑΡ), που καταλαμβάνει 17 έδρες.

Ακολουθούν το ΚΚΕ με 5,49% και 15 έδρες, το Ποτάμι με 3,90% και 10 έδρες, οι ΑΝΕΛ με 3,72% και 10 έδρες και η Ένωση Κεντρώων με 3,49% και 9 έδρες.

Εκτός Βουλής φαίνεται να μένει η Λαϊκή Ενότητα με ποσοστό 2,82%.

Αναλυτικότερα, τα κόμματα λαμβάνουν (στην παρένθεση οι έδρες): 

  • ΣΥΡΙΖΑ: 35,50% (145)
  • ΝΔ: 28,08% (75)
  • Χρυσή Αυγή: 7,14% (19)
  • Δημοκρατική Συμπαράταξη (ΠΑΣΟΚ/ΔΗΜΑΡ): 6,40% (17)
  • ΚΚΕ: 5,49% (15)
  • Το Ποτάμι: 3,9% (10)
  • Ανεξάρτητοι Έλληνες: 3,72% (10)
  • Ένωση Κεντρώων: 3,49% (9)
  • Λαϊκή Ενότητα: 2,82% (-)


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    Both Tsipras and his conservative rival Vangelis Meimarakis, vying to take on the daunting task of steering the country through a refugee crisis as well as painful economic reforms, called for a high turnout as they cast their ballots in an election polls suggest is too close to call.

    t is the third time Greeks are voting this year, after an election that catapulted Tsipras to power and a referendum in which voters backed him to spurn the terms of a European bailout, only for him to agree to it anyway.

    With voters now exhausted and the major parties effectively in agreement about the bailout, there were signs that turnout might be comparatively light, which could help the Conservatives against the charismatic Tsipras.

    Tsipras was voted into office in January promising to halt austerity measures imposed by Europe, which most Greeks blame for worsening one of the deepest depressions of any industrialized country in modern times.

    After banks were shut for weeks and the country pushed to the wall, he effectively reversed himself in August to accept the bailout, splitting his leftist coalition and forcing him to resign and call a new vote.

    He argues that his tough negotiations with Europeans softened the blow of austerity and helped secure a promise of debt restructuring that would ease Greece's plight.

    His opponents say his erratic leadership and grandstanding only prolonged Greece's agony, deepened the economic crisis and obliterated a nascent


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