Samaras and Venizelos rule out elections but can't be sure they won't happen

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections

Greece’s coalitions has decided against calling snap elections in the wake of Golden Dawn arrests over the weekend but it remains to be see whether it will be possible to avoid going to the polls altogether.

Less than 24 hours apart, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos, who met in New York on Sunday, both declared their opposition to the idea of holding elections now.

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