Greece's former Prime Minister George Papandreou said that Greece is "not the problem" and that the roots of the Euro crisis go to the heart of the EU.
Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr show, he said that a closer banking union is needed in Europe, but that Greece should stay in the single currency to remain stable.
Commenting on today's election, he said that Greece has become a "ripe ground for populism" and even for racism, but he urged parties to "leave behind all this nationalistic rhetoric about who is to blame" and to "pool their strengths".
With 55% of Greek people opposed to the bailout, it is difficult for the New Democracy party leader to claim people voted for the Euro.
The Greek election result did not seem to be enough to calm the financial markets across Europe, as markets remain undecided.
The Greek election delivered the result that many had considered the best outcome, so why have the markets been rocky today?