May 29. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The President of Greece, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, has promulgated this Monday the decree formally calling the new parliamentary elections for June 25, after the main parties failed to agree on a coalition based on the results of the last elections. , held on May 21.
The decree, also signed by the interim prime minister, Judge Ioannis Sarmas, implies the dissolution of the current Parliament, which this Monday had elected its new table, in which the conservative, Konstantinos Tasoulas, repeated as president. The constitution of the future Chamber has been set for July 3.
For the second appointment with the polls, Greece will recover an electoral system that recovers the premium of seats for the most voted party, which in theory will raise the New Democracy of Kyriakos Mitsotakis to the threshold of an absolute majority. On May 21, this party already obtained more than 40 percent of the votes, double that of SYRIZA, which will repeat with Alexis Tsipras as candidate.