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PM livens up ministers over fourth review as debt relief proposals are put together
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged his ministers on Tuesday to concentrate on any tasks they have related to the fourth review, thereby ensuring that the government does not put at risk the timely conclusion of the third programme this summer.
Amid much speculation about when the fourth review will be completed and even if an extension to the bailout, which is due to end in August, might be needed, Tsipras tried to stamp his authority on the cabinet at Tuesday’s meeting. “I will not accept fo...
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