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Tsipras starts to flesh out SYRIZA's economic policy but questions remain
In a much-anticipated speech, SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras unveiled the main pillars of his party’s economic policy platform on Saturday, focusing on debt relief from the eurozone, the use of European Union funds to boost employment, a reduction in taxes and an increase of wages and pensions.
The opposition party had been under pressure for several months to produce more detailed plans about how it would govern. The attention afforded to Tsipras’s speech at the Thessaloniki International Fair on Saturday was heightened by the decision of pub...
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