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The timing of the cabinet reshuffle that has been trailed in the media, and by some government officials, over the last few weeks looks set to change following Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s address from Ithaca on Tuesday.
It had been expected that the ministerial changes would be announced this week, but government sources told local journalists on Tuesday that this is not the case any longer. Instead, the reshuffle is due next week, or in the first week of September.
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