Three Greek Parties Reach Agreement to Form a Coalition Government
Three Greek parties -Democracy, Pasok and Dimar- agreed on terms to form a new government in the country.
“Greece has a government … that’s the message we need to send abroad,” said Evangelos Venizelos, from the Pasok movement.
It should be noted that the Mediterranean country had 223 days without a government by election.
The Greeks went to the polls last Sunday, while the country struggles to break a political and financial deadlock that threatens the common European currency, which could lead to a new global financial crisis. (MZ)
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