As negotiations start, Greek coalition draws confidence from public opinion

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Photo by Myrto Papadopoulos (]

The Greek government goes into Wednesday night’s crucial, but not definitive, Eurogroup meeting buoyed by a number of domestic factors.

The coalition is looking at three key areas to get a sense of whether it has Greeks’ support in adopting a completely different negotiating line to previous governments, even if that means mounting speculation about the country’s future in the eurozone.

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