Angry Greeks redraw election map

Greece's socialist leader, Evangelos Venizelos of the PASOK party makes statements in Athens on Sunday, May 6, 2012. Greece's former finance minister and Socialist party leader called for a broad coalition government of pro-European parties, ruling out a two-party government with his conservative rivals after his party received a drubbing in Sunday's parliamentary elections. The podium reads ''Self-sufficient Greece, PASOK.'' (AP Photo/Eurokinissi, Christos Bonis) GREECE OUT

May 6, 2012 6:10:35 PM PDT
Furious Greeks punished the two parties that have dominated politics for decades in the crisis-battered country Sunday, leaving its multibillion dollar international bailout - and even its future in the euro currency - hanging in the balance.