The Greek left-wing party Syriza gets down to work, after storming to power on an anti-austerity ticket.
From protest party to ambitious political newcomers, Syriza is facing up to the political reality of governing Europe's most indebted nation.
Newly-elected prime minister Alexis Tsipras held his inaugural cabinet meeting on Wednesday.
But can the new government live up to its commitment to renegotiate Greece's multi-billion dollar bailout?
Host: Shiulie Ghosh
Anastasia Giamali, a journalist for the Dawn Newspaper in Athens.
Olaf Boehnke, head of the Berlin office for the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Dimitiri Sotiropoulos, a research fellow for the Greek think tank ELIAMEP, or Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy in Athens.
Source: Al Jazeera