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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras outlined on Friday night the content of the first four draft laws that his government plans to bring to Parliament next week as it begins the marathon effort to execute the reforms it has pledged both to lenders and Greek voters.
In a live televised address to his cabinet, Tsipras started by insisting that a discussion with lenders about further debt relief will take place and that he would not sign a third memorandum of understanding in the summer.
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