Greek president to appoint interim government
May 16 , 2012
Greek President Karolos Papoulias is due to meet party leaders to set up an interim government ahead of next month's fresh elections.
A final bid to form a coalition government failed on Tuesday, increasing concerns over Greece’s eurozone future.
The decision to continue with austerity measures required by an international bailout agreement has been at a deadlock since the May 6 election.
New elections to are expected to take place on June 10 or 17.
EU officials fear the country will choose an anti-bailout government, which could speed up Greece’s exit from the euro.
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