Prior to the resignation of the Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, on Thursday, the European Commission issued a report on its assessment of how Greece could promote social justice and economic growth by implementing measures recommended under the bailout program.
Syriza’s backbenchers were on the other hand convinced that social justice, economic growth and the terms of the bailout agreement were incompatible. Among measures creditors want to see are further reductions in pensions, a hike...
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