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Prime Minister Antonis Samaras asked for a confidence vote next week so his government will gain more time to improve its fortunes before the process to elect a new president of the republic begins in February.
Even before the confidence vote has taken place, though, the size of Samaras’s task in gaining the support of the minimum 180 MPs needed for the presidential ballot is becoming more evident.
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