1. BBC News- The results in Greece’s election are too close to call, exit polls suggest. This could mean that again neither the anti-austerity or their opponents will be able to have enough to form a clear ruling government.
There will be more coalition talks. The New Democrats, center right, will have the right to try to form a government first. They would plan to continue with the Euro and the bailout plan. But like last time no coalition might get formed.
2. BBC News- The Socialist Party of France’s President Francois Hollande has won enough seats in parliament to form an absolute majority, according to exit polls. Hollande wants to switch from austerity to pro-growth policies.