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Greece's Tsipras defiant over economic plans
February 9th, 2015 
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addresses parliament, 8 February 2015Alexis Tsipras said Greece wanted to service its debt - but couldn't
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece has said he is sticking to plans to roll back austerity and rejecting an international bailout extension.
He said Greece, unable to service its debt, would instead seek a bridge loan.
He told parliament he would keep all pre-election pledges, promising to raise the minimum wage, pay a pension bonus and rehire public workers.
Mr Tsipras's far-left Syriza party won elections last month on a promise to end austerity measures.
EU officials have rejected his efforts to renegotiate Greece's bailout terms.
"The bailout failed," Mr Tsipras said on Sunday, in his first major speech to parliament since becoming prime minister. "The new government is not justified in asking for an extension... because it cannot ask for an extension of mistakes."