Formalities proceed, paving way for June 25 vote and tough questions for opposition

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The stage is set for Greece to hold its second elections of the summer on June 25, when New Democracy will be hoping to build on its impressive showing in last Sunday’s vote and secure a comfortable majority to govern for another four years.

After the heads of the leading three parties all handed back the mandate to form a coalition government, President Katerina Sakellaropoulou chaired on Wednesday a meeting of the leaders of all five parties that secured seats in Parliament in Sunday’s el...

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