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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras began on Wednesday his effort to quell any unrest within his party after Friday’s Eurogroup agreement and the reform proposals agreed by lenders on Tuesday signalled a retreat from many of SYRIZA’s pre-election pledges.
Tsipras chaired a meeting of SYRIZA’s parliamentary group on Wednesday. Unusually, the details being leaked to journalists during the long meeting were very limited. The gathering of MPs came a day after the cabinet met on Tuesday to discuss the reform ...
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