This is the doing of religious fanatics? Really? If so, I might have to go back to church!
Now, despite their progressive politics, I suppose you could point to the fact that they have a state religion... but wait! So does Spain and the Nordic countries, and they're pretty freaking liberal. Or maybe you could hold up the Popular Orthodox Rally as an example, since many of them are authoritarian religious nuts -- but they've never earned more than 7% of the vote, and are pretty much irrelevant. Hmmm...
Socially, LGBT people are treated more poorly in Greece than in many other European countries, and I would absolutely ascribe this to religion... but outside of that, I just don't see any sign of Greece being burdened by a bunch of "religious fanatics in government." Nothing.
So if that is your point, I'm just not seeing any evidence to back it up.
I admitted from the start that I think these conservative vs. liberal government arguments are ridiculous and/or unprovable (including my own**), so if you were trolling to drag me into an argument I wasn't at all interested in having: well done, sir.
*But quite liberal by American standards
**Finland has had economic reforms we'd call "conservative," but their government is hardly right-wing. It was a "pull from the ass" attempt at illustrating the silliness of the debate.