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Weary Greeks see little gain from third vote in less than a year

A woman at a bus stop in front of an election kiosk of Syriza party in Athens on Thursday. Turnout in these elections is likely to be lower than in the January vote, when it was 63.6 per cent.


LIKE many Greeks, Christi Psarra has no illusions about what the country's third vote in less than a year will bring.

"On Sunday, we will wake up, go to the polling station and each one of us will vote for change, but nothing will really change in the end," said the 30-year-