Greece held its second election in six weeks.
The issue was how the country would deal with the $300 billion it has borrowed to keep its economy afloat.
Voters defeated a far left party that wants to refuse the bailout deal.
A party that favors living within the constraints came in first.
It immediately proposed forming a coalition government.
The result eased fears around the world of what might happen to the Euro Zone.
The Greek economy remains a shambles with five straight years of recession and soaring unemployment.