Portugal's centre-right coalition government has won the country's general election behind an improving economy that weathered austerity measures but appears to have fallen short of a crucial outright majority in parliament.
With 99 percent of districts reporting on Sunday, the government had 37 percent compared with 32 percent for the main opposition centre-left Socialist Party. Smaller, leftist parties made up the rest.
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