Greek leaders demand support for cuts
George Papandreou and Antonis Samaras, leaders of Greece's two largest parliamentary parties, demanded support and discipline from their deputies to back budget cuts.
George Papandreou and Antonis Samaras, leaders of Greece's two largest parliamentary parties, demanded support and discipline from their deputies to back budget cuts in a vote due in parliament today, to secure international aid and prevent a collapse into default.
The interim government of Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos last Friday approved deeper budget cuts needed to secure a second package of aid, preparing the way for a vote in parliament tomorrow. The budget measures...
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