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SYRIZA strife not a rebellion in the making yet
There has been a lot of movement within SYRIZA over the last few days amid concern that lenders will force the government to sign a deal that runs contrary to the party’s main pre-election pledges.
However, this ferment should not – at this stage - be considered a clear sign that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will fail to keep his party and government together in the process of getting any agreement approved by Parliament.
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