Leaders draw battle lines as Greece heads to snap polls on Jan 25

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Greece is heading to snap elections on January 25 after Parliament failed to elect a president in the third and final vote on Monday.

As expected, the coalition candidate Stavros Dimas failed to gather the 180 votes needed in the ballot. The only surprise was that the government failed to advance on the 168 votes it garnered in the second round of voting.

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