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Tsipras tries to keep government's eyes on the prize
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called on his government to step up its work as he completed, ahead of this week’s European Council, a series of meetings designed to issue a positive message to the domestic audience following last week’s agreement at the Eurogroup.
Wednesday’s cabinet meeting came after two days of talks between Tsipras and opposition leaders. The purpose of these meetings seemed primarily to be for the prime minister to present the deal clinched in Luxembourg as a success and to shift the focus o...
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