News Headlines - 06 May 2012

▽French election: François Hollande favourite as voters go to the polls - The Guardian
All polls for months have shown the Socialist party candidate, François Hollande, beating the rightwing Nicolas Sarkozy, the most unpopular French president ever to run for re-election... If Sarkozy is defeated after one term in office, he would become the 11th European leader to be swept from power since the economic crisis.

▽Greeks vote in critical but uncertain election - The Associated Press
Greeks cast ballots on Sunday in their most critical — and uncertain — election in decades, with voters set to punish the two main parties that are being held responsible for the country's dire economic straits.

▽Serbian Voters Go to Polls Amid EU-Inspired Austerity Anger - BusinessWeek
Serbian voters went to the polls to choose between a further march toward the European Union and fiscal austerity or economic and political ties to the east.

▽David Cameron could be kicked out of No.10 in the next year, warns Tory MP - Metro
She said Tory backbenchers will move to kick him out if they do not see signs he is willing to adapt and give the party a chance of winning the next general election, which is due to take place by 2015.

▽Israel's Netanyahu set to call early vote - AFP
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to call for early general elections on Sunday, setting the stage for a September 4 vote that polls suggest he would easily win.







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