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Agreement creates array of political challenges for Tsipras, who must move fast
After two days of intense discussion in Brussels, which resulted in Greece being offered strict terms for a third bailout, attention will now shift to Athens and whether Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can convince his sceptical party and coalition partner to support the agreement.
The deal will is worth 82 to 86 billion euros over the next three years. Tsipras said this would solve the government’s medium-term funding problems, highlighting this as one of the key advantages of this package compared to closing out the last program...
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