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Conservative Leader Says He's Unable To Form A Coalition Government In Greece

Antonis Samaras' party New Democracy won the most seats in the election, but didn't get enough to secure a majority.So it was on him to form a new government by allying with various other parties, including, possibly, the other mainstream party: PASOK (which is socialist).But he says that all attempted combinations have failed, and that the need to renegotiate the bailout is now agreed to by everyone.
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