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Greek Socialist leader calls for broad coalition
ATHENS, June 17 |
ATHENS, June 17 (Reuters) - Greek Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos suggested his PASOK party would join a a pro-bailout coalition with the New Democracy conservatives who won Sunday's election, saying Greece needed to have a government as early as Monday.
But he called for including the radical leftist SYRIZA party in a new government, a move rejected earlier by the anti-bailout party.
An official projection showed PASOK and New Democracy would have a slender majority in parliament.
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