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Tsipras lays down gauntlet to SYRIZA rebels, proposes September congress or members' vote
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras issued an open challenge to the dissenters within SYRIZA on Thursday when he proposed either an emergency congress in September or a ballot of member this Sunday to assess the party's position on the agreement for a third bailout.
The proposals both seek to cut off the advance of SYRIZA's left-wingers, led by ex-Energy Minister Panayiotis Lafazanis, who have been pushing over the last few days for a regular congress to be held immediately - even before an agreement has been reach...
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