Konstantinos Apostilakis, 39, sits with his wife, Fotina, 34, and son, Manos, 4, at a beach near Athens, Greece, Sunday, May 6, 2012. Konstantinos voted for the "Manos" party, a tiny splinter group with the same name as his son. Fotine was planning to vote either Syriza or Communist. (Roy Gutman/MCT)
Konstantinos Apostilakis, 39, sits with his wife, Fotina, 34, and son, Manos, 4, at a beach near Athens, Greece, Sunday, May 6, 2012. Konstantinos voted for the "Manos" party, a tiny splinter group with the same name as his son. Fotine was planning to vote either Syriza or Communist. (Roy Gutman/MCT) MCT
Konstantinos Apostilakis, 39, sits with his wife, Fotina, 34, and son, Manos, 4, at a beach near Athens, Greece, Sunday, May 6, 2012. Konstantinos voted for the "Manos" party, a tiny splinter group with the same name as his son. Fotine was planning to vote either Syriza or Communist. (Roy Gutman/MCT) MCT

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