May snap election likely in Greece

May snap election likely in Greece

Greece is likely to hold a snap election in May.

Officials from the two main political parties today suggested May 6 as the likely date for polling to elect a new government to implement the latest round of austerity cuts.

The EU and IMF have warned Greece that whoever wins the election must maintain economic reforms for Athens to continue receiving its latest €130bn bailout loan.

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