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Photo by EU Council via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/gDJF7A After Eurogroup, hard work, more pressure and sliver of hope for Greece

While the language and tone of eurozone finance ministers’ comments regarding Greece before and after Monday’s Eurogroup was negative, the outcome of the meeting left Athens in no worse a position than it started the day but with a huge amount of work to do over the coming days and weeks.

Coalition rhetoric opens up more fronts for Greece

Preparations for Monday’s Eurogroup, when eurozone finance ministers will have their first opportunity to respond to Greece’s initial reform proposals, took an unexpected twist on Sunday following a report that the government in Athens might consider a referendum.

Rifts in New Democracy as Samaras vows to stay as leader

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras presided over the first meeting of New Democracy’s parliamentary group on Thursday but the mood during the gathering suggests that conservative unity will be tested in the days to come.

Greece's opposition parties back in spotlight

Amid the tense negotiations between the government and Greece’s lenders as well as the scramble to cover the funding needs for March, the plight of the country’s opposition parties has gone largely unnoticed.

Tsipras identifies first bills, domestic approval assured

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras outlined on Friday night the content of the first four draft laws that his government plans to bring to Parliament next week as it begins the marathon effort to execute the reforms it has pledged both to lenders and Greek voters.

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