Tsipras bids farewell to MoU, eyes new start for Greece and SYRIZA
Tsipras seeks to capitalise on bailout exit, build platform for elections
Soldiers' return from Turkey provides Tsipras with timely boost
Cabinet reshuffle expected to presage coalition's revival effort
Under relentless pressure from opponents, Tsipras unveils plans for new crisis agency
Tsipras tries to take lead in fire response amid picture of confusion
Sceptical mood in SYRIZA, pending agreement with creditors
The Greek government swiftly dismissed unsubstantiated rumours on Thursday morning about Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras preparing to call snap elections but it is clear that as long as there is no significant progress in its talks with the institutions such speculation will intensify.
The teleconference between Energy Minister Giorgos Stathakis and the lenders on Wednesday reportedly concluded with the creditors insisting that any agreement on the liberalisation of the energy sector will have to include a provision that the governmen...
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