| International News | Monday May 7 2012 10:23
The two parties that have been governing Greece have effectively been dismantled.
It's in the midst of its national elections and no single party has gained enough support to govern alone.
The Guardian reports Greece's Eurozone partners aren't happy about how the election's playing out.
Reports are already coming through that the results have been received with great shock at the international monetary fund in Washington.
If no party can form a coalition, Greeks will have to head to the polls again.
Greece's vote is being seen as a strong message to the rest of Europe.
Guardian reporter Helena Smith says the vote sends a strong message that Greece opposes austerity measures.
She says the harsh loan agreements Athens had signed up under the previous coalition with international creditors have to be annulled.
Smith says if no party can form a coalition, Greeks will have to head to the polls again.
Photo: A political rally for the New Democracy Party ahead of elections (Getty Images)