Greek Politics

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Photo by MacroPolis No deal at Eurogroup but also no clear way forward

As expected, Wednesday's Eurogroup failed to result in an agreement for Greece and the eurozone but the gap between the two sides was emphasised by the absence of a joint statement at the end of the meeting.

Greece prepares set of proposals for bridging deal with eurozone

One day after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s presented his government’s policy programme in Parliament, the Finance Ministry has been briefing journalists on what will be the four pillars of Greece’s proposal to the Eurogroup on Wednesday.

Photo by MacroPolis Tsipras sticks to pre-election pledges as eurozone negotiations loom

Despite expectations that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras would moderate his goals when announcing his government’s policy programme in Parliament on Sunday, the Greek leader’s stuck almost rigidly to his pre-election pledges, many of which run counter to the policies that the country’s lenders would like to see.

Photo by MacroPolis Varoufakis outlines contours of debt deal as haircut set aside

The outlines of what the new Greek government is aiming to ask of its eurozone partners in terms of debt relief emerged on Monday evening, when Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis spoke to the Financial Times after meeting with British Chancellor George Osborne and investors in London.

Photo by Kiefer via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/q2j8Dt After rocky start, some political backing for SYRIZA but ECB holds key

After a troubling first few days in office, the new Greek government appeared to get a better grip on the tough situation it finds itself in but also revealed that it is totally reliant on the European Central Bank’s support if it is to achieve its goal of reaching a new settlement with the eurozone.

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