ATHENS, Feb 8 (Reuters) – New Greek Prime Minister Alexis
Tsipras will lay out his radical left-wing government’s policies
in a speech later on Sunday, firmly rejecting any more austerity
forced on his debt-strapped country by its euro zone partners.
In his first major speech to parliament as premier, Tsipras
is expected to say that Greece wants no more bailout money,
plans to renegotiate its debt deal and wants a “bridge
agreement” to tide the country over until a new pact is sealed.