"We are not going to cooperate with a government that will be formed together with 'The River'," the website quoted Kammenos as saying.
This announcement comes after ANEL told the anti-austerity leftist 'Syriza' party, which appears to be winning Sunday's snap parliamentary elections, that it was open to forming a coalition.
- Yes, the EU fears Greece will exit the eurozone, so SYRIZA holds the cards.56.8% (715)
- I don't believe in success of this particular party, but their victory marks the revival of Greece.20.0% (251)
- No, their promises to reduce austerity are utopian and will not be accepted by the 'Troika'.14.2% (178)
- No, nothing good has ever come from radicalism.9.0% (113)
ANEL is a distant sixth, with 4.75 percent of votes, and is anticipated to win 13 seats, which is enough to build a majority coalition in parliament together with the victorious 'Syriza' and leave the ruling 'New Democracy' party far behind. The democrats are currently second with 27.81 percent of the ballot and 76 seats.