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Tsipras to set out path for new cabinet as pension discussion looms
Alexis Tsipras will chair the first meeting of his new cabinet on Friday after conducting a reshuffle that was greeted with little enthusiasm within government ranks and derision among the opposition parties.
The introduction and promotion of some younger SYRIZA officials was largely overshadowed by the introduction of former PASOK minister Mariliza Xenogiannakopoulou and ex-New Democracy MP Katerina Papakosta. Xenogiannakopoulou was appointed Administrative...
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