Cabinet reshuffle and new bond issue coming up next for Tsipras
Coalition approves multi-bill in Parliament, Tsipras picks up extra MP
Coalition hits some turbulence but expects cohesion for multi-bill vote
Despite strike law reservations, coalition expects straightforward vote on multi-bill
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Coalition focuses on positives as MPs gear up for vote on vast multi-bill
Tsipras wins referendum but sceptical lenders, limited time stand in way of deal
Sunday's referendum appeared to deliver a resounding victory to the government's "No" to the proposals by Greece's lenders, marking the start of a great period of economic and political uncertainty.
The fact that "No" was on course to gain at least 60 percent of the vote means that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will feel vindicated in his choice to seek the Greek public's opinion. It is also likely to cement Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis's posi...
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