The newly-elected 300 members of the Greek Parliament were sworn in at a ceremony in Athens, Saturday. The Orthodox and Muslim representatives took religious oaths, while others opted to give a political oath on the Greek constitution. The governmental coalition of Syriza-Independent Greeks has a majority of 155 representatives in the new eight-party assembly. On September 21, Alexis Tsipras' Syriza party won their second election in less than nine months, taking 35.54 percent of the vote compared to New Democracy's 27 percent. Syriza formed a coalition government with the Independent Greeks party after failing to secure an outright majority. In the next few weeks Greece must vote in favour of 40 reforms in order to receive a €2 billion ($2.24 billion) loan as part of a bailout programme, or face possible default.
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