By Harry Papachristou
weakened coalition government is expected to survive the departure of a junior
partner for now but will be forced to resist any fresh demands from its foreign
lenders to prevent its tiny parliamentary majority from crumbling. Greece
A year after coming to power, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras suffered a heavy blow when his smallest coalition partner, the Democratic Left, quit the government last week to protest the abrupt closure of state broadcaster ERT.