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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sought in a televised interview on Monday night to quash any discussion about him forming a broader coalition but also sent a message to his own MPs, who may be wavering ahead of votes on a new set of prior actions in the next few days and pension reforms in January.
“At this moment, I feel secure with 153 MPs,” Tsipras said during his 90-minute interview on public broadcaster ERT.
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