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Reform proposals to define size of Tsipras's task in keeping party on board
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s effort to keep his party on board with the terms of the agreement at Friday’s Eurogroup begins in earnest on Monday when lenders are due to examine the government’s initial reform proposals, which are due to form the basis for the four-month extension.
The Financial Times reported that officials who have seen the initial outline labelled it “vague.” Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis denied on Sunday night that the proposals had already been sent to the European Commission. According to reports in Gree...
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