Coalition looks to regain confidence, centre-left struggles with ballot
Opposition pressures SYRIZA by refusing to support bills ANEL dodges
Tsipras urges swift conclusion of review but doubts linger
Mitsotakis pledges tax cuts and reforms, hopes for lower fiscal targets
Eurogroup stresses need for quick review, leaves some issues open
PM looks for positives as Eurogroup and oil spill cause concern
SYRIZA on tenterhooks as outcome of review remains in balance
The Greek government goes into Monday’s Eurogroup hoping that there will not be a falling out with the lenders (worst case) but that enough common ground will be found so that the institutions can return to Athens to conclude the second review (best case).
In the meantime, SYRIZA MPs will remain on tenterhooks as they wait to find out the details of a potential agreement with the creditors and whether they will vote for such a package.
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