Tsipras ramps up fiscal pledges as elections draw closer
SYRIZA looks to eat further into ND's poll lead in final week of campaign
SYRIZA tries to build on "positive" measures but polls yet to register bounce
Tsipras claims EU vote will be close as SYRIZA looks for boost from relief measures
Tsipras, Mitsotakis tone down personal attacks but intensify clash over policies
Confidence vote due amid toxic atmosphere, narrowing of opposition poll lead
Tsipras denies Grexit plan, has work to do to keep Greece in euro
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted in the European Parliament on Wednesday that he has no plan to take Greece out of the euro and that his government will submit reform proposals to lenders by Thursday.
There are some indications that the government is preparing the ground at home for an agreement, which is set to include more fiscal measures than previous offers, but it is still not certain that Tsipras will reach a compromise with lenders.
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