Thessaloniki rally highlights political complexities of addressing name issue
Tsipras tries to secure church's support in Macedonia name talks
SYRIZA looks towards bailout finishing line and beyond
Cabinet reshuffle and new bond issue coming up next for Tsipras
Coalition approves multi-bill in Parliament, Tsipras picks up extra MP
Coalition hits some turbulence but expects cohesion for multi-bill vote
Leaked IMF exchange sours mood before bailout review resumes
This week will serve as a good guide to whether the furore over the publication by WikiLeaks of a secretly recorded conversation between Poul Thomsen, the head of the International Monetary Fund’s European department, and Delia Velculescu, the IMF mission chief will be a temporary domestic distraction or could undermine the uneasy relationship between Greece and its lenders, and among the institutions themselves.
The WikiLeaks transcript of a recording allegedly made on March 19, before the mission chiefs broke off negotiations on the bailout review for Catholic Easter, highlighted the differences between Greece’s creditors. Velculescu voiced her concerns about ...
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