Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faced the widest rebellion yet from his leftist lawmakers as parliament approved a new bailout programme on Friday,
Times of Oman: August 14, 2015
Lenders voice 'serious concerns' about Greece's huge debt mountain, which is projected to only get back to a sustainable level in 2030
The Telegraph: August 14, 2015
"I do not want to believe that there are powers in Greece that want to send us to a bridge-loan, stated Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos at his opening speech on Thursday at the parliament committees
August 13, 2015
The government is not considering elections and talk of elections at this point is not useful, government spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili said in a statement on Monday.
August 11, 2015
Main opposition New Democracy on Friday accused the government of a "resounding failure" on the issue of migration, saying the previous government had already legislated for an authority to manage EU aid funds
August 9, 2015
"(Prime Minister Alexis) Tsipras needs to understand that he is required to govern, to take responsibility and provide solutions," main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Evangelos Meimarakis said
August 3, 2015
Greece may seek 24 billion euros (16 billion British pounds) in a first tranche of bailout aid from international lenders in August to prop up its banks and repay debts falling due at the ECB
Reuters: August 2, 2015
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras acknowledged on Friday that his government had made covert contingency plans in case Greece was forced out of the euro, but rejected accusations that he had plotted a return to the drachma.
TODAYonline: July 31, 2015
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday called for his Syriza party to hold an emergency congress next month to overcome divisions but said a snap party referendum would be acceptable if leftist dissenters wanted a quicker solution.
Reuters: July 30, 2015
"If Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras does form a credible and stable government and has a constructive relation with creditors then I think he can look towards a better future for Greece; not in the next 6 or 12 months, but in the period beyond that
July 30, 2015