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Greeks lose faith in coalition but don't trust SYRIZA, polls indicate
Recent surveys have highlighted three clear trends in Greek public opinion: A slight majority in favour of avoiding snap elections, a closing of the gap between SYRIZA and New Democracy and a prevalent mistrust of both the government and the opposition.
It is this last element that means Greece’s political future is hanging in the balance. Should Parliament fail to elect a president in the final ballot on December 29, when Stavros Dimas’s candidacy needs to attract 180 votes, Greece will head to snap e...
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