Election drums beating louder in Greece

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The possibility of snap general elections being called is never far away in Greece: After all, the country has not had elections at the end of a full term since June 1989.

Over the last few months there has been increasing speculation about Greece going to the polls again early next year as the government has struggled to find a presidential candidate that could garner the minimum 180 parliamentary votes needed. If Parlia...

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