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All the numbers that matter in the Greek presidential election
The government’s surprise announcement on Monday that it is bringing forward the presidential election by two months marks the start of a desperate scramble for the votes of independent and opposition MPs that will determine whether the coalition survives or whether Greece heads for early national polls.
There have been efforts to woo these MPs from both sides for the past few weeks but this process will now intensify as the outcome of the vote hangs in the balance.
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