Voters in Greece headed to the polls Sunday to take part in parliamentary elections amid wide uncertainty over what government will emerge and how it will handle the austerity crisis gripping the nation.
No party is expected to win a majority of the vote, meaning a coalition will again have to be formed.
The outgoing coalition government pushed through a series of painful austerity measures in order to secure emergency bailout funding for Greece, which is at the center of the eurozone debt crisis.
The two main parties that formed that coalition in November, PASOK and New Democracy, are expected to lose votes to a raft of smaller parties as people express their unhappiness at their country's economic plight.
Campaigning came to a close on Friday.
Evangelos Venizelos, leader of the left-leaning PASOK party, declared "everything is at stake Sunday," as he addressed a final campaign rally in the capital's central Syntagma Square, scene of many anti-austerity protests.
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