Greece calls new elections after coalition talks fail
ATHENS May 15 (Reuters) - Greece will hold new elections after political leaders failed to find agreement on a coalition government on Tuesday, a spokesman for the Greek president said.
A caretaker government to lead the country to fresh polls will be appointed on Wednesday, the presidency spokesman said after party leaders held a final round of talks.
"We're heading to elections," the spokesman told reporters.
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