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It would be an exaggeration to say that the Greek government entered a state of paralysis following the May 25 European Parliament elections but it certainly appears that a number of key tasks have been put on hold as ministers wait for a cabinet reshuffle to take place before resuming normal service.
Announced last week by Deputy Prime Minister Evangelos Venizelos, there is still no fixed date for when the reshuffle will happen. It looks likely that the changes will be announced at the beginning of next week, possibly on Monday.
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