As Greece passes more bailout reforms, Prime Minister Tsipras is still really popular

On Thursday, the Greek parliament passed a new round of reforms mandated by the country's main creditors as a precondition for talks to unlock €86 billion ($94 billion) in bailout money. The judicial and banking reforms passed early Thursday aren't quite as unpopular as the first round of euro zone/IMF–mandated tax hikes and budget cuts, but Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras still had to quash a rebellion in his own anti-austerity Syriza party to get a majority. In the end, 230 of...

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