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Greek talks go down to the wire as IMF raises major objections

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras left for Brussels on Wednesday for meetings with key officials ahead of a Eurogroup at which eurozone finance ministers are due to reach an agreement at the Greek bailout. But just hours before that meeting, the prospect of such a deal remained hanging in the balance.

Photo by MacroPolis Greek coalition braces for internal debate over agreement with lenders

Greece and its lenders appear to be heading for an agreement by the next European Council on Thursday after a full day of talks in Brussels on Monday, which means that focus may soon shift to whether Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can sell this deal to his party and coalition partner.

Greece works on new proposals as EU rules out political deal on Monday

The Greek government appears to be working on new proposals to submit to lenders ahead of the euro area leaders’ summit on Monday after European Council President Donald Tusk attempted to dispel any impression that there would be a “political solution” to Greece’s problem in Brussels.

Audit of Greek debt adds to pressure on Tsipras in creditor talks

Parliamentary speaker Zoe Konstantopoulou, who has been a thorn in the government’s side since taking up her position, may have made Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s task of reaching an agreement with lenders more complicated by publishing the preliminary findings of a debt audit committee she is presiding over.

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