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Tsipras briefing suggests he is still searching for deal with lenders
There were few fireworks in Parliament on Friday, when Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's spoke to MPs about his government's negotiations with lenders – the first such briefing since he came to power in January.
Tsipras repeated his position that the proposals made this week by lenders for securing the release of 7.2 billion euros in bailout funds are unacceptable to the Greek government. He insisted that the plan put forward by Athens should form the basis for...
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