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In an interview marking two years since he became prime minister, Alexis Tsipras insisted that the government will not vote “a single euro” in new measures through Greek Parliament as part of its efforts to conclude the second review.
His comments came as some reports in the local media suggested that the institutions are trying to broker a deal ahead of Thursday’s Eurogroup that would involve Athens legislating more measures for after 2018 but with a clause that would allow them to ...
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