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Greek PM offers no more incentives for presidential vote, braces for snap elections
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has decided not to increase the offer he made last Sunday in a bid to secure the election of Stavros Dimas as president in the third and final vote on Monday.
Speaking to Greek state TV channel NERIT on Saturday, Samaras repeated the concessions he had set out almost a week earlier. He said that if snap elections are avoided he would be willing to broaden his government to include MPs from outside of New Demo...
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