Greece’s Move To Snap Polls Raises Spectre Yet Again Of GrexitMani
With former European commissioner Stavros Dimas failing to garner the 180 votes required to be elected president, Greece once again threatens to bring instability to the Eurozone. The government’s candidate for President, Stavros Dimas, could muster only 168 votes.
Results of today's voting
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras faced a vote in parliament Monday to decide whether the country goes to snap elections that could . . .
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