Final presidential vote likely to segue into snap elections for Greece

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Parliament
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The Greek government goes into the final round of the presidential vote on Monday knowing it is unlikely that its candidate, Stavros Dimas, will be elected and that snap national elections will have to be called.

The 168 votes that Dimas gathered in the second ballot provided some hope that he might secure the 180 needed in the final round but there has been little progress since then. There are few independent MPs that the coalition can convince to change stanc...

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