Greece’s new government sworn in, confident of beating debt crisis
Athens: Greece’s new government that emerged from Sunday’s snap general elections was sworn in on Wednesday at a ceremony held at the presidential mansion here. Cabinet ministers expressed confidence that the new government led by SYRIZA, coalition of the Radical Left, will lead the country out of the five-year debt crisis in the next four years. “The condition is there this time to overcome difficulties,” Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragassakis was quoted. “The new government ... will implement its program and we will exit the crisis,” said Defence Minister Panos Kammenos, the leader of the right-wing Independent Greeks party.