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Despite fresh uncertainty, Tsipras insists focus is on four-year term
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has again insisted he has no intention of calling snap elections, despite the latest uncertainty caused by events in Italy.
Speaking at the general meeting of the Federation of Hellenic Industries (SEV) on Tuesday, Tsipras repeated the comments he made last week about his government seeing out its four-year term, which runs until September 2019.
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