“The full order has arrived and is also in the sound of the celebrations of the fans who were waiting for Kyriakos Mitsotakis, sweating, under the sun, outside the offices of New Democracy” writes the Italian newspaper Corriere della Seracommenting on the result of the elections in Greece.

Regarding the future of SYRIZA, he states that “the possibility of Alexis Tsipras’ resignation remains, but the relevant decision will be taken by his party” and at the same time underlines that “all together, SYRIZA, PASOK and KKE, gather 39.5% of the votes”.

“Triumph of conservatives in Greece. Now Mitsotakis can govern alone”, writes the newspaper “La Repubblica” and adds that “this is the chronicle of a foretold victory”.

“He has led the country since 2019 and now, Kyriakos Mitsotakis is the ultimate triumphant. He survived the drop in attendance that everyone feared and won the bet he placed a month ago,” the Rome newspaper underlines.

“The Greek prime minister can already count on the support of the markets, which for days now have a positive sign, in view of the composition of the new government, whose line is in favor of business and foreign investment”, writes the envoy of La Repubblica .

Speaking to the newspaper, Oxford University professor Stathis Kalivas recalls that in May, older citizens had already rewarded New Democracy “thanks to the stabilization of the economy and a growth prospect of 2.4%, higher than the European average term”.

The Italian news agency Ansa reports that “Mitsotakis triumphs in Greece and secures an absolute majority”. “The Greek prime minister celebrates and declares: ‘it’s time for reforms’,” adds the Ansa.

All the Italian media, finally, express estrong concern about the entry of the Spartans party into parliament and they remind that “its initiator, Ilias Kasidiaris, has been convicted, in the first instance, by the Greek justice system”.