Alexis Tsipras has returned to office as Greek prime minister after a decisive election victory on Sunday.
He said it's a clear mandate to steer the battered Greek economy to recovery.
Tsipras won despite being abandoned by members of his left-wing party.
They were angry at his U-turn by agreeing to demands for more austerity measures to secure another massive international bailout.
In his victory speech, Tsipras promised to serve his full term and introduce a new phase of stability.
He will now face the challenges of driving through tough measures imposed by international lenders.
So, how will he fare this time around?
Presenter: Laura Kyle
Dimitris Rapidis, director of Bridging Europe, a think-tank.
Petros Fassoulas, vice chairman of European Movement UK.
Dimitri Sotiropoulos, associate professor of political science at the University of Athens.
Source: Al Jazeera