Doubts over IMF role in Greek bailout becoming source of rising tension

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Photo by World Bank via Flickr
Photo by World Bank via Flickr

The role of the International Monetary Fund in the third Greek bailout is starting to become a bone of contention between the SYRIZA-Independent Greeks government and some of its lenders.

Both Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and State Minister Nikos Pappas have indicated in the past few days that the coalition is wary of the IMF coming on board and may prefer it to walk away from the latest rescue package.

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