Greek voters head to the polls this Sunday for the second time in less than two months after last month's elections failed to produce a government. The national parliamentary elections have far ranging impacts for not just Greece, but the future of the Eurozone. And this weekend's elections could be the most important in Greeks' lifetimes — something that's not lost on Greek Americans.
Peter Poulos is a third-generation Greek American. He's back in his ancestral homeland and is witnessing this exciting, and what some call nerve-wracking, process. Mark Lowen is the Athens correspondent for our partner the BBC.