Coalition ministers, MPs wrestle with implications of Eurogroup agreement

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: European Union, Parliament
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The government has begun the process of digesting this week's Eurogroup agreement, which failed to live up to Greek hopes for debt relief and left the coalition with some more work to do before the disbursement of the next loan tranche can take place.

As was expected, the agreement has not been particularly warmly received by SYRIZA MPs, who are still reeling from having to vote a large package of unpopular measures through Parliament during this month.

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