Greece Election: Conservatives hope to defeat left

President Mitsotakis promises to lower business tax by 20 percent, and social security contributions by 15 percent.

    Voters in Greece will head to the polls on Sunday for the first time since the height of the country's financial crisis.

    Opinion polls suggest the conservative New Democracy party is on course to win following the left-wing Syriza party's electoral defeat in the European Parliament elections.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.


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