Greek Vote for President Fails, Reviving Uncertainty – Wall Street Journal

A parliamentary vote to elect a president in Greece failed on Monday, hitting stock markets in Europe’s most precarious countries and setting off worries that new Greek political upheaval could reignite a long-simmering debt crisis.

The vote means Greece will hold national elections in late January. The party leading in most polls, the left-wing Syriza coalition, has changed shape in recent years but remains a potent opponent of the…

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