Key Day for Greek Crisis

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Greek protesters (Flickr Image: Tom Tsiros)

The Greek government is facing a confidence vote in parliament on Tuesday as it battles to stop the country from defaulting on huge loans. Greece needs another international bailout but that will depend on adopting severe spending cuts. There have been furious protests over those cuts and the government's handling of the crisis. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Takis Tridimas, a professor of banking law at Pennsylvania State University.
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