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After the decision by some members of SYRIZA’s central committee to voice their objections on Sunday to the deal with the Greece’s lenders, focus is turning to the party’s parliamentary group and whether Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras should expect any nasty surprises.
Thirteen committee members, including three former ministers, signed a text setting out the concerns they have about the content of the outline agreement reached at Friday’s Eurogroup. The group also suggested that elections or a referendum would be a b...
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