Portugal's new Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coleho, left, leader of the center-right Social Democrat Party PSD party, shakes hands with the new Foreign Affairs Minister Paulo Portas, right, leader of ... more 
Portugal's new Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coleho, left, leader of the center-right Social Democrat Party PSD party, shakes hands with the new Foreign Affairs Minister Paulo Portas, right, leader of the conservative CDS Popular Party in the presence of Vitor Gaspar, center, independent lawmaker and new Finance Minister, during a swearing in ceremony at the Ajuda Palace in Lisbon. Tuesday June 21, 2011. Portugal's new coalition government has taken office amid an acute financial crisis that forced the country to take a 78 billion euro ($112 billion) bailout and contributed to Europe's debt woes. Coelho was sworn in Tuesday in an administration made up of his center-right Social Democratic Party and the smaller, conservative Popular Party. (AP Photo/ Francisco Seco) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Francisco Seco
Tue, Jun 21, 2011 11:00 AM EDT