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Tsipras holds off on reshuffle, suggests no way back for rebels
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras put off plans for a reshuffle on Thursday and may delay changes to his cabinet until next week, when a second set of measures demanded by lenders are due to be voted through Parliament.
Tsipras is said to be discussing with his aides whether to replace just the five members of the government who voted against the prior actions or to perform a wider reshuffle that would give Greeks an idea of the kind of direction he wants to go in afte...
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