Greece’s centre-right opposition party New Democracy has won the nation’s snap general election.
With most districts counted, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras admitted defeat to his rival, Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
New Democracy has 39.8% of the vote so far, with Mr Tsipras’s leftist Syriza party in second place with 31.6%.
Current projections give New Democracy an outright majority, as the winner receives 50 extra seats in parliament.
So far about 88% of districts have returned their results.
The prime minister-elect told supporters he had been given a strong mandate for change.
Greek Elections: Prime Minister Loses Re-Election to Center Right
LESSONS FROM GREECE ELECTION
*** The Incumbent Prime Minister loses Re-Election and Congratulated the Opposition Leader. Nigerian President consistently told CNN that he would handover to himself
*** Not a single soul died while casting his votes; in Nigeria; over 1000 people were killed during the Presidential election in Nigeria.
*** No thugs were sent to scatter the VOTING MATERIALS; in Nigeria, thugs were empowered with AK 47 to scatter voting materials
*** There was no Military Intimidation; in Nigeria; gunshots, intimidation and carting away of ballot boxes including SELF THUMB PRINTING and MULTIPLE THUMB PRINTING
*** The Results at the polling units were the same at the collation centres. In Nigeria; RESULTS were overblown by Mahmood Yakubu Collation Centre.
*** There was no INCONCLUSIVE ELECTION. In Nigeria, all the areas that the opposition was leading were declared INCONCLUSIVE.
*** Greece Election took place on Saturday; the next day; results were announced. In Nigeria; the election took place on Saturday; INEC Chairman, spent 5 days to collate and fabricate results.