The most recent Greek elections on 6th May saw a close run contest between the pro-bailout New Democracy party and the anti-austerity SYRIZA.
But with no party getting an overall majority, and no agreement on a coalition government, could the pattern be repeated when Greece returns to the polls next week?
Mark Davis interviews Dora Bakoyannis from New Democracy for her take on the political and economic situation.
Bakoyannis is a former Foreign Minister and was previously the first female mayor of Athens.
She was expelled from New Democracy in 2010, when she voted against the party and in favour of austerity measures, but her splinter Democratic Alliance party has rejoined New Democracy after getting just 2.5% of the vote on 6th May.
Will the alliance be enough for New Democracy to get a majority this time? And what solution does the party have to the financial crisis?
WATCH - Watch Mark’s interview in a special edition of Dateline from Greece, when Mark also interviewed Eva Kaili from PASOK.
POLITICAL PARTIES - Use our interactive guide to find out more about the main Greek political parties in the elections and how they would each solve the financial crisis.
DEBT CRISIS - SBS's World News Australia has the latest coverage of the eurozone debt crisis.
REPLAY - Take a look back at Dateline's previous coverage of the financial crisis in Greece and across Europe.
INSIGHT - Replay Insight's recent debate on the future of the Greek economy.
On air: 5th June 2012