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Greek government gets key backing to pass reforms

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Banking sector employees march in front of the parliament during a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis

Banking sector employees march in front of the parliament during a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
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Banking sector employees take part in a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis

Banking sector employees take part in a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
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Banking sector employees take part in a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis

Banking sector employees take part in a rally against planned reforms at their pension fund in central Athens October 30, 2012. A Greek coalition partner confirmed on Tuesday it would vote against labour reforms proposed by foreign lenders, ignoring the prime minister's appeal for a united front to push through more unpopular austerity. REUTERS/John Kolesidis
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