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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have one eye on potential unrest within his party this week, as talks with Greece’s lenders resume, after SYRIZA’s largest faction raised a series of objections to the approach taken by the government.
The movement of the 53, which has had a key role in SYRIZA since the party split last summer, issued an 11-point statement on Friday to highlight concern about the bailout talks and indicate that the faction’s support for Tsipras should not be taken for...
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