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Greece Seeking New Terms for EU Bailouti
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June 20, 2012 1:00 AM
Rival Greek party leaders are still locked in talks to form a new coalition government - one able to address the country's crippling debt. Despite gaining a slightly larger share of the electorate, Greece's pro-bailout parties did not win enough votes in Sunday's election to form a governing majority. But even as Greek politicians attempt to deal with the second inconclusive election in six weeks, there are growing calls to renegotiate the tough bailout conditions imposed by the European Union. Mil Arcega has more.

Greece Seeking New Terms for EU Bailout

Published June 19, 2012

Rival Greek party leaders are still locked in talks to form a new coalition government - one able to address the country's crippling debt. Despite gaining a slightly larger share of the electorate, Greece's pro-bailout parties did not win enough votes in Sunday's election to form a governing majority. But even as Greek politicians attempt to deal with the second inconclusive election in six weeks, there are growing calls to renegotiate the tough bailout conditions imposed by the European Union. Mil Arcega has more.


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