Greek Politics

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Photo via IMF photostream on Flickr [https://www.flickr.com/photos/imfphoto/] Ahead of bailout talks, IMF chief raises doubts about clean Greek exit

A Greek delegation is due to meet International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde on Sunday to discuss the government’s plans for an early exit from its bailout programme but the former French finance minister has questioned hopes in Athens for a clean break.

DIMAR left in disarray after failed attempt to oust Kouvelis

Democratic Left (DIMAR), part of the government between June 2012 and June 2013, and one of the coalition’s main hopes for ensuring it does not lose the presidential vote early next year has been left in limbo after a weekend of high political drama at the party’s conference.

Photo by MacroPolis Election drums beating louder in Greece

The possibility of snap general elections being called is never far away in Greece: After all, the country has not had elections at the end of a full term since June 1989.

Photo by MacroPolis Poor poll figures leave Samaras in quandary over next move

Greece began a new and crucial round of talks with troika officials on Tuesday, when inspectors arrived for the latest review of the Greek adjustment programme, but the government will have one eye on political developments.

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