Papademos May Quit If Party Leaders Don’t Back Him, Skai Reports

Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos may resign if the leaders of the parties backing his interim government don’t agree to the conditions of a new financing plan, Skai TV reported on its website, without saying how it got the information.

If no agreement is reached at a meeting between Papademos and the three political party leaders that will probably take place tomorrow, the prime minister will call an election, the Athens-based broadcaster said.

Pantelis Kapsis, a Greek government spokesman, didn’t answer a call to his cell phone seeking comment.

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