Coalition in a bind as debt relief slips away and more austerity looms

PoliticsGreek Politics

The possibility of having to implement around 2 billion euros in new austerity measures next year and not discovering what form further debt relief might take until the middle of 2014 has suddenly put the Greek government on tenterhooks.

There are indications that genuine concern has gripped Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his ministers regarding how Greeceā€™s relationship with the troika will develop over the next few months.

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