Stalled troika talks stretching Greek coalition cohesion to limits

PoliticsGreek Politics

The lack of progress in Greece’s talks with the troika and the possibility that the government will not clinch an agreement for a secure exit to its bailout at the end of the year is increasing tension within the coalition.

There has been friction between New Democracy and PASOK since the European Parliament elections in May. The Socialists, in particular, have been reluctant to back major reforms, such as further adjustments to the pension system and labour regulations, d...

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