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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.
The SYRIZA-backed Avgi newspaper suggested on Sunday that Tsipras would propose a moratorium on all of his planned measures until the summer, by when a comprehensive agreement between Greece and its partners could be reached. Tsipras did not state anyth...
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