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There is growing speculation that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is on the verge of announcing a cabinet reshuffle with the aim of removing some ministers who are not deemed as being cooperative and increasing the government’s chances of concluding the programme review that began last week as soon as possible.
Attention has shifted to the possibility of a reshuffle after Tsipras completed his latest party duties by presiding over a gathering of SYRIZA’s central committee over the weekend, just a few days after the leftists’ congress ended.
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