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Why Greek voters are turning to anti-cuts party Syriza

In Greece the anti-bailout party Syriza is neck and neck with the pro-bailout New Democracy party for next weeks election.

It is a choice which Europe views as one either for or against the euro.

The BBC's special correspondent Allan Little has been to the small town of Kavala, in northern Greece - where unemployment levels are the highest in the country - to assess how the human cost of the spending cuts is influencing voters at the ballot box.

  • 06 Jun 2012
  • From the section World
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