Lucas Papademos
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'Difficult path ahead' as Greece tackles debt crisis

The new Greek government has won a vote of confidence in parliament, amid an ongoing debt crisis threatening its membership of the eurozone.

The government was expected to win the vote because it commands a large majority in parliament.

Reacting to the vote, the BBC's Mark Lowen said there was still an "extremely difficult path ahead" for Greece's new interim PM, Lucas Papademos.

  • 16 Nov 2011
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