Greek Parliament Votes to Approve Latest Austerity Legislation for Bailout

Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos won approval from parliament for changes to pensions and health care linked to austerity measures to secure an international bailout after at least 151 members of the chamber voted in favor of the measure, according to a tally of votes by deputies.

The roll-call voting in Athens is being televised live on state-run Vouli TV and is continuing.

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