A replacement should be found before Papademos, who is expected to recommend a successor to the prime minister, takes up his new post on 1 June.
The European Parliament in Strasbourg is scheduled to vote on Papademos' appointment on 14 May, which will then go for ratification to the prime ministers of other European Union membe
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