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Greeks Unhappy to be Facing Polls After Failed Presidential Election

Greeks woke up December 30 to a grey drizzle and one day closer to elections they said no one wants. Greek lawmakers failed to elect a new president in a decisive final round of voting December 29, leaving the country facing a snap election that could derail the international bailout program it needs to keep paying its bills. The only candidate in the race, former European Commissioner Stavros Dimas, fell short of the 180 vote supermajority needed to become president. He garnered 168...

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