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After marathon in Brussels, short sprints for Tsipras in Athens
After his marathon in Brussels, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras now has a series of short sprints to run in Athens as he tries to swiftly pass the legislation demanded by lenders, while ensuring that his government can continue functioning.
Draft legislation introducing four sets of reform was due to be submitted to Parliament on Tuesday so it can be voted on by Wednesday night. However, a number of government members have already declared they will not back it.
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