Yeah, better get your facts straight - Greece spends 26% on social spendings, EU average is 27% which is pretty similar so please don't say "we spend it on national defence instead of social welfare". The problem isn't how much, but on what and it is bloated pensions promised to all kinds of people in decades of election campaigns.
You still don't understand the situation. Greece has debt, the EU pays for your interest rates - the debt practically doesn't cost your budget a cent. The only thing you are held responsible for is to not make more debt by running a deficit budget, the problem which caused your debt crisis and all your current problems.
Your unemployment spike, your social crisis and most other problems didn't start with the implemented austerity measures in 2011, it started in 2008 when the world came to know you are practically broke. So please don't act like austerity broke you, you were broken long before that and by your own actions.
The new government doesn't have a plan, "give us more money for free" isn't a plan, practically none of their solutions rely on not getting more money - the only difference is they don't want them as debt, they want them for free. Other people's money for free to save themselves from their own errors. That's not a plan, that is irresponsibility in action.