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The two-day meeting of SYRIZA’s central committee, which concluded on Saturday, did not produce any major surprises for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, allowing him to focus on a challenging few months ahead.
There was unanimous approval from the central committee for the “political decision” adopted at the behind-closed-doors meeting, which argues that the June 15 Eurogroup agreement gives the government and the country a “window of opportunity.” The statem...
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