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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is hoping for a break from party politics over the next few weeks so he can focus on negotiations with Greece’s lenders but it is not clear if the rebels within his party will allow this period of respite.
Tsipras is said to have asked for SYRIZA to set aside its differences over the bailout programme for now and has pledged to hold a party congress in September to allow everyone to air their views.
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