Greek views: 'No political leaders to fix the economy'

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Greek politicians are thrashing out the details of a short-term unity government, after Prime Minister George Papandreou agreed to stand down.

His resignation was part of a deal to overcome political and financial crisis in the country, which in any case is expected to hold elections in a few months' time.

On the streets of the capital, Athens, views ranged from despair at the failure of successive governments, to hope that new polls could herald a fresh start for the country and its beleaguered economy.

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