Government sceptical about deal with lenders, PM with convincing to do

PoliticsGreek Politics

The mood within the Greek government ahead of Saturday’s Eurogroup appears negative, with some ministers playing down hopes of a deal and others suggesting the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras should reject the terms offered by lenders.

Labour Minister Panos Skourletis said on Mega TV on Friday morning that he had low expectations for an agreement given the current differences between the two sides. Speaking later to a parliamentary committee Alternate Social Security Minister Dimitris...

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