Greek P.M. Faces No-Confidence Vote

The referendum on the EU bailout may be scuttled, but Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s fate still hangs in the balance. He faces a no-confidence vote in Parliament on Friday, where his Socialist Party has a tiny two-seat majority. He’s hoping the decision to cancel the referendum will win some rebellious members of his own party back into his corner. The vote on his future is scheduled for midnight, Athens time.