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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras continued to focus on his domestic audience on Tuesday, when he visited Crete to hold a meeting with local farmers, but there is no getting away from the problems facing his government due to the loose ends it has left in its dealings with the institutions.
The Eurogroup Working Group was due to meet on Tuesday to assess the report by the institutions on the pension and VAT pledges made by Tsipras. Athens is hoping that the meeting will lead to the temporary freeze on short-term debt relief measures impose...
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