On the 25 January, Greeks head to the polls. But there's a lot more than which party gets elected at stake. Greece is one of a number of European countries facing a surge in popularity for anti-establishment parties.
The radical left-wing coalition Syriza is ahead in the polls and poised for victory. Support for the party has blossomed during the Greek government-debt crisis as under its leader, Alexis Tsipras, they have been the leading voice against the deep cuts in public spending as part of the government's severe austerity programme.
In a special video feature, IBTimes UK investigates what impact a potential Syriza election win would have on the Eurozone.