Tsipras tries to secure church's support in Macedonia name talks
SYRIZA looks towards bailout finishing line and beyond
Cabinet reshuffle and new bond issue coming up next for Tsipras
Coalition approves multi-bill in Parliament, Tsipras picks up extra MP
Coalition hits some turbulence but expects cohesion for multi-bill vote
Despite strike law reservations, coalition expects straightforward vote on multi-bill
Athens eyes deal on bailout tranche within June, hopes for QE breakthrough
The Greek government was quick to reject on Tuesday any notion that it intends to avoid meeting its debt repayments in July if it does not get the debt deal it wants with its lenders in the coming weeks.
The denial from the Finance Ministry came after a report in the German newspaper Bild was interpreted as suggesting that Athens would flirt with a default in a game of chicken with the institutions.
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