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Tsipras plays to domestic gallery over IMF dispute
Speaking to SYRIZA MPs on Monday night, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gave no clear indication that he intends to use the furore over the WikiLeaks transcript to force a situation in which the International Monetary Fund leaves the Greek programme.
While Tsipras did continue his criticism of the IMF during the meeting of the parliamentary group, his language did not suggest that he is seeking a permanent break with the fund at this stage.
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