Greek politician Eva Kaili is running in the 17th June elections as a candidate who’s in touch with the Greek people… opposing salary and pension reductions and arguing for less stringent spending cuts.
But how will her social democrat PASOK party turn the promises into reality?
Mark Davis put the questions to her in a special edition of Dateline from Greece.
Kaili is a former journalist and news reader, who’s gained considerable popularity since her election in 2009 as one of the youngest members of parliament.
PASOK came third in the 6th May elections, when no party achieved a majority and no agreement could be reached on a coalition.
But with opinion polls still putting the party in third place, how does Eva Kaili think it can turn things around with only 12 days before the election?
WATCH - See Mark’s interview in this special edition of Dateline, which also includes an interview with Dora Bakoyannis from New Democracy.
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