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Greek parties ‘agree on new PM, cabinet’

After the third day of negotiations, Greece’s political leaders eventually reached a deal on the new interim prime minister and the structure of the unity government, the BBC reported, quoting sources in Athens. Outgoing PM George Papandreou was scheduled to meet with President Karolos Papoulias yesterday evening, to announce the name of the new interim prime minister. Papandreou was due to inform the other party leaders of the choice before meeting Papoulias, according to ekathimerini.com.

Government sources told BBC that Papandreou was expected to address the nation before meeting the president.

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