Opposition anger at constrained surveillance inquiry not yet reflected in public mood
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Surveillance scandal produces more damaging revelations for ND
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Politicians increasingly focussing on post-MoU landscape
Although dozens of prior actions from the fourth review have to be completed in the coming days, the Greek government is doing its utmost to focus on the period after the exit from the programme.
In an interview with Efimerida ton Syntakton on Tuesday, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos claimed that the markets are taking a successful conclusion to the programme as a given. However, he also indicated that Athens would probably fail to deliver on...
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