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Greek prime minister's fine balancing act

His first two months in office have revolved around a port sale, consolidating party power and the country's financial survival

Mr Tsipras has to convince lenders that his government is worthy of financial aid.


FIRST it was for sale, then the deal was scrapped, then the sell-off was back on and now it is to be a joint venture, or maybe not.

Few issues sum up the confusion of leftist Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's first two months in office better than the bewildering saga of