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Tsipras urges swift conclusion of review but doubts linger
Concerned about the possibility of the third review becoming a protracted affair, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has urged his ministers to act quickly to complete the prior actions before the end of the year, which is when the institutions would also like to wrap up matters.
Tsipras chaired a cabinet meeting on Monday, when he told ministers that at least 80 percent of the prior actions have to be completed by the end of November. He also said he expects each ministry to deliver a weekly update so the prime minister’s offic...
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