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Tsipras and Kammenos ready to call time on coalition after agreeing Friday meeting
Alexis Tsipras and Panos Kammenos are due to meet on Friday to hammer out the details of the official separation between SYRIZA and Independent Greeks (ANEL), paving the way for the prime minister to continue as the head of a minority government.
The two men reportedly spoke on Tuesday and it was decided that they would meet as soon as German Chancellor Angela Merkel has completed her two-day visit on Friday. Earlier, it appeared that Tsipras and Kammenos were on the way to a serious falling out...
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