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Lenders' proposal not yet enough to convince Athens, banish snap poll option
Athens did not hide over the weekend its disappointment with the proposal made by the institutions on Friday but still appears focussed on trying to get a deal it considers politically viable.
Both Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos hit out at the lenders when they appeared at SYRIZA’s central committee meeting on Saturday and Sunday. Tsipras accused the International Monetary Fund of making “irrational” dema...
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