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SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras gave on Monday his first televised interview since his party’s victory in the European Parliament elections but provided little new information regarding to his intentions for governing.
Going into the interview with Skai TV, perhaps the two biggest questions about SYRIZA’s intentions were regarding who it could govern with if there are early elections in March and what its alternative plan would be if the eurozone rejects calls for deb...
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