Europe Europe winces as Greece fails to find a president

The resulting snap election could see a win by the far-left Syriza party, leading to worries that its anti-austerity stance could set off a fresh eurozone crisis.

By , Staff writer

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A failure by the Greek parliament to elect a president today not only thrusts Greece into economic uncertainty but could spell the beginning of fresh political woes for the European Union.