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Greeks underwhelmed by deal with lenders, stressing uphill task for Tsipras
The size of the task facing Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government in trying to convince the Greek public that the agreement reached with the creditors provides a genuine opportunity for the country to exit the crisis was highlighted by a new poll published on Friday.
The ProRata survey in Efimerida ton Syntakton newspaper indicated that a total of 67 percent of Greeks view the Eurogroup agreement as “bad” (40 percent) or “probably bad” (27 percent). In contrast, just 19 percent believe it was “good” or “probably goo...
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