Tsipras and Kammenos try to fend off rumours of deepening rift
New centre-left party keeps political options open at inaugural congress
Coalition tries to move focus back to scandals
Coalition struggles to contend with fallout from football crisis
PM sparks speculation with Theodorakis talks as centre-left gears up for congress
Football chairman's actions threaten to blow coalition off course again
Athens waits to sound out IMF, PM moves on from vote
In the wake of Tuesday’s testing vote in Parliament on the gender change bill and ahead of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s visit to Washington next week, the government has some time to take stock of the progress in the third review.
A key meeting is coming up regarding the programme as Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and Alternate Finance Minister Giogos Houliarakis are due to meet International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde in the US capital on Saturday.
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