After Kotzias departure, Tsipras hopes for clear path to elections
Foreign minister quits government, heaping pressure on Tsipras
Tsipras seeks assurances that coalition will remain united for time being
ND steers greater attention towards institutional failings as elections approach
Despite ongoing row with SYRIZA, Kammenos not preparing for early departure
Kammenos deviation raises more questions about coalition's endurance
Parties mark out battle lines for next elections
The debate on the government’s growth strategy in Parliament on Wednesday prompted some fierce exchanges between Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his opponents in what many see as the drawing of battle lines ahead of the next elections.
Tsipras argued that the opposition parties (New Democracy and PASOK) were responsible for leading Greece into the crisis and the bailouts, but the current government would be the one to take the country out.
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