Greek main opposition takes lead in Euro-elections
Greek main opposition party PASOK stay in leading position in the European Parliament elections which was held here on Sunday, according to the latest figures announced by Greece's Interior Ministry, Xinhua reported.
With 20.18 percent of the vote counted so far in 4,143 election precinct out of 20,352, results show that PASOK won 36.40 percent of the vote while the ruling New Democracy 33.68 percent, Communist Party of Greece 7.89 percent, Popular Orthodox Rally 6. 95 percent, Radical Left Coalition 4.61 percent and Ecologists- Greens 3.39 percent.
Voting commenced at 7 a.m. local time and closes at 7 p.m. throughout Greece for the election of the country's 22 representatives in the European Parliament with all citizens aged 18 and up eligible to vote.
Registered voters in Greece totaled 9,866,913, of which 4,727, 782 are men and 5,053,866 are women.