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After raising labour concerns, back to grind of talks for Tsipras
After raising Greece’s concerns about labour reform at the highest level over the last few days, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras knows that his government must return to negotiations with its lenders this week if it is going to have any chance of securing a technical agreement in time for the April 7 Eurogroup.
Tsipras claimed he thought about not signing the Rome Declaration marking 60 years of the European Union due to concerns about labour legislation. He also made a point during a speech at a sideline event on Friday of criticising the EU for allowing the ...
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