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Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) -- Six senior members of the ruling party called on Prime Minister George Papandreou to step down, state-run Athens News Agency reported, without citing anyone.
The members of the Pasok National Council sent a joint letter to Papandreou saying the country urgently needed a government with political legitimacy, a plan for the nation and great administrative abilities, according to ANA. The present government has none of these qualities, the party members said, ANA reported.
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