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Tsipras tackles two fronts as debt talks continue
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have his eye on two fronts this week: The ongoing discussions with Greece’s lenders over a possible agreement at next week’s Eurogroup and the process of ensuring that his party remains fully behind him while the talks continue.
There continues to be a rather jumbled picture regarding the focus of deliberations ahead of the June 15 Eurogroup. While it is expected that the proposal which will be put on the table in Luxembourg will not differ greatly from the one made to Finance ...
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