More than one Greek analyst is saying that the appointment of the new Prime Minister Loukas Papademos, a former central banker, will mark a turn in the country's strategic choices, not only in the economy but also in the main socio-political lines.

In a recent public opinion poll, Papademos came ahead of both the former prime minister George Papandreou and Antonis Samaras, leader of major opposition New Democracy party, as the most suitable person to take Greece out of its woes.


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