Greece is gearing up for a vote on May 21 and there may be opportunities for opposing political parties to gain ground from the governing New Democracy party. Major scandals, from a tragic train collision to government wiretapping, may make this the most unpredictable election in more than a decade. Adding to the uncertainty, an estimated 440,000 young people are set to vote for the first time. How important will their vote be?
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