Among those in the government program commitments is renegotiating loans for Greece, the government will try to achieve cuts in their value, although the signals so far are that a change may be only in respect of the terms of payment – rescheduling time and probably a reduction in interest rates.
Before the elections Syriza promised and fight corruption among officials at the highest levels of power, but so far no progress in this direction, though it would also be crucial in assessing the public about government actions.
What can also be lifesaving for second cabinet Syriza is the political apathy of the Greeks, which has seen more clearly. In recent polls reduces support for almost all parliamentary parties, with the exception of the nationalist “Golden Dawn”, but even its growth is minimal. Almost one third of respondents do not know who to vote for.
In such a situation can be expected to increasingly diverse future parliament without a clear majority, difficult formation of a stable government, although the current ruling coalition is quite strange – the far-left Syriza controlled by right-wing “Independent Greeks” and a deepening spiral of political crisis.
In such a situation a logical scenario, Syriza be left to finish the job. Indicative of this is the unwillingness of either party in parliament to work together with the ruling coalition national cause in the negotiations for pension reform by the government not to give in.
Additional headaches and instability management lies and unexpected crisis, which brought nearly 800-thousand refugees who came to Greece in 2015.
Underestimated by many of his opponents youngest leader of a leading political party in Greece Alexis Tsipras proved carefully considering its moves and hidden in his sleeve at least one card. At first reading, this time at least two – economic stabilization of Greece and forecasts that the country will return to growth and the apparent support of European leaders, including Francois Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who has openly opposed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the policy of austerity in the EU and the victory of the Left in Portugal.