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the man most likely to become Greece's next prime minister after elections this weekend hopes to ride a wave of anger over austerity into power and to help Greece shed its reputation as the problem child of Europe conservative candidate Kyriakos met to talk is is seen here on the campaign trail he's talking to locals about breathing new life into the economy polls suggest he'll defeat leftist prime minister Alexis sit press , the storm to power in twenty fifteen on a backlash against painful economic reforms only to be cornered into accepting another bailout plan his series a party it lost to Mitt so talk this is New Democracy party in Maisie European Parliament elections sparking the early poll exhausted voters will likely punish set price for Greece's decade long economic crisis and high unemployment of two years of fragile coalitions met to talk is could become the first prime minister of a one party government in nearly a decade he's an ex venture capitalists on the scion of a big political family he wants to %HESITATION block privatize Asians reduce the state's footprint and tackle Greece's high borrowing costs by re negotiating a deal with Greece's creditors but he's likely to face strong opposition from unions and perhaps street protests his fellow conservatives might also resisted plans to bring in some fresh faces , it's a tough case is also up against far right parties tapping into Greeks hurt pride and anger review years of austerity and perceived concessions in a dispute over neighboring Macedonia