LISBON Portugal's president said on Tuesday he had asked Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho to begin consultations on forming a government that can ensure political stability in the euro zone nation.
Passos Coelho's center-right coalition won the most votes in Sunday's national election but fell far short of a majority, in parliament, meaning it will have to rely on support from other parties to pass laws.
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