Greece’s ruling conservatives win elections but fail to secure outright majority

By Elinda Labropoulou, CNN Athens (CNN) — Greece’s ruling New Democracy party scored a crushing victory in parliamentary elections Sunday but fell short of winning an outright majority in a vote dominated by the cost-of-living crisis, a wiretapping scandal and anger over the country’s deadliest-ever train crash. With more than 99% of votes counted, ruling

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