Greek conservative leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis is a leading contender to Alexis Tsipras. Mitsotakis said he wants to breathe new life into the economy and change the country’s image as Europe’s problem child after three bailouts since 2010.
Fishermen are being paid €200 a month to recycle waste from their nets. More and more plastic and cans are being pulled from the waters together with the fish. A new Greek company called Enaleia has backing from Greek and foreign donors to introduce a more sustainable way of fishing.
Undertaker Konstantinos Baboulas hands out coffin-shaped car air fresheners and has campaign posters resembling public funeral announcements. He says his job has taught him valuable lessons which he can adapt to politics.
A former political science lecturer and civil rights activist, Sarah fled Uganda where her security was at risk. She has been surviving in the so-called migrants "jungle" on the greek island of Samos for 8 months. She takes us on a tour of what she calls hell on earth.
Migrants put their lives on the line trying to get from Turkey to Greece, crossing by boat to the Greek city of Alexandropouli, Greece, or crossing the Evros river on the border to make it to Europe. Euronews correspondents Fay Doulgkeri and Bryan Carter report.