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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has made it clear that he believes the agreement reached with lenders in Brussels on Monday morning is a “bad deal” for Greece that his government “does not believe in” but that the country has no option but to accept it.
In an interview with public broadcaster ERT on Tuesday night, Tsipras admitted that the government had made mistakes during negotiations over the last six months but was also critical of lenders. The prime minister attempted to walk this fine line throu...
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