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SYRIZA's left wing hoping to prevent Tsipras from concluding bailout talks
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras may find it difficult to fulfil his goal of pushing aside the squabble with SYRIZA radicals until after there has been an agreement with lenders on the third bailout.
Tuesday's meeting of the party's 12-member political secretariat (the second in two days) failed to arrive at a unanimous decision on how to move forward and passed the task over to the larger central committee, which is due to hold an emergency meeting...
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