Most Greeks Want Samaras to Press Troika on New Deal
Andy DabilisATHENS - Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ reversal of his campaign pledge to renegotiate bailout deals with international lenders – before he changed his mind after being pressured by partners in his coalition government – proved deeply unpopular with Greeks, some 73.9 percent of whom said they want changes to the harsh conditions that were imposed. Ahead of the critical June 17 election which Samaras’ New Democracy Conservatives narrowly won over the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA)
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