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Uncertainty feeding tension within SYRIZA as well as Greek government
The failure to reach an agreement with the troika has increased tension within the government but as the possibility of early elections and a SYRIZA victory gets closer, the opposition party is also beginning to show signs of fatigue.
As we explained earlier this week, the cracks between New Democracy and PASOK are starting to grow as a result of the troika review dragging on and Greece’s future relationship with its lenders (extended bailout vs precautionary credit line) still being...
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