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eleccions Grècia: anti-austeritat Syriza guanya

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alexis tsiprasThe anti-austerity Syriza party has won Greece’s general election, putting the country on a possible collision course with the EU over its massive bailout.

Amb gairebé el 75% dels vots escrutats, Syriza estava previst que guanyés 149 escons, només dos menys que la majoria absoluta, tot i que aquest nombre podria canviar.

Left-wing party leader Alexis Tsipras, who wants to renegotiate Greece’s debt, said “the Greeks wrote history”.

El governant de centredreta Nova Democràcia ha arribat a un segon lloc llunyà.

El primer ministre sortint Antonis Samaras ha admès la derrota i ha trucat per telèfon a Tsipras per felicitar-lo.

Syriza’s result will send shockwaves through Europe, the BBC’s Gavin Hewitt in Athens reports.

La majoria dels votants de Grècia han rebutjat essencialment una política bàsica per fer front a la crisi de l'eurozona ideada per Brussel·les i Berlín, afegeix el nostre corresponsal.

In Germany, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann said he hoped “the new Greek government will not make promises it cannot keep and the country cannot afford”.

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The election result is expected to be one of the main issues during Monday’s (26 January) meeting of 19 eurozone finance ministers.

Belgium’s representative Johan Van Overtveld was quoted by VRT network as saying that Greece “must respect the rules of monetary union”, although he added that there was room for some – but not much – flexibility.

British Prime Minister David Cameron – whose country is not a member of the eurozone – said the result of the Greek election would “increase economic uncertainty across Europe”.

Meanwhile, the euro fell to $1.1098 against the dollar – the lowest level in more than 11 years.

Addressing his jubilant supporters in front of Athens’ university, Mr Tsipras said Greek voters gave Syriza “a clear, powerful mandate”.

“You are an example of history which is changing… Your mandate is undoubtedly cancelling the bailouts of austerity and destruction.

“The troika for Greece is the thing of the past,” he added, referring to the country’s biggest international lenders – the European Union, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European Central Bank (ECB).

També es va comprometre a negociar una solució financera justa i mútuament beneficiosa.

Tsipras abans va prometre revertir moltes de les mesures d'austeritat adoptades per Grècia des que van començar una sèrie de rescats el 2010.

For his part, Mr Samaras said earlier: “The Greek people have spoken and I respect their decision,” pointing out that he had inherited a “hot potato” on coming into office and that he and his party had done much to restore his country’s finances.

El resultat s'està observant de prop fora de Grècia, on es creu que una victòria de Syriza podria animar els partits d'esquerres radicals a tot Europa.

“There is an ongoing thriller surrounding the absolute majority,” said Michalis Karyotoglou, head of Singular Logic, the software group monitoring the voting process for the interior ministry.

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