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Topic - Roman Gerodimos
"The gap is not big and that's not great, because even if they do put together a coalition government, it means Syriza will think they have the social legitimacy to resist whatever measures are being taken," Mr. Gerodimos said.
"Unless whoever gets elected can put together a government on Monday that is stable and viable, then I think it's a matter of time before Greece has to leave the eurozone," said Roman Gerodimos, a lecturer in international current affairs at Bournemouth University in Britain.