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Fear and loathing in Athens: an ex-minister's take on troika reviews
The troika is due to resume its latest review of the Greek adjustment programme next week but ahead of the inspectors’ return, a former minister has cast serious doubt on Greece’s negotiating strategy and the motives that drive some of the lenders’ demands.
With the disbursement of a 1-billion-euro bailout tranche still pending, the troika is due to check on the progress of three “prior actions” that Athens had yet to complete to secure the instalment.
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