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Greek leaders expected to agree coalition

With the leaders of three Greek parties apparently in agreement on the need to form a government quickly, negotiations on the bailout terms are expected to start soon.

19th June, 2012
Antonis Samaras

(Reporting by Bloomberg, with some re-editing)

Greek leaders agree on the need to renegotiate some of the terms of the country's bailout amid expectations that a coalition government will be agreed very soon.

Greek election winner Antonis Samaras today begins a second day of talks to form a coalition after holding “constructive” meetings with two party leaders.

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