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i defining die in the political career of alexis c. price the greek prime minister facing a parliamentary showdown on the i. t. six billion euro bailout infuriating the left wing of his series of party , as doubts will about the chances of cyprus holding his government together reuters correspondent matt williams looks at the options from athens it most likely he will have to , uh , sokol sideline of some of the more hardline ministers were expecting a reshuffle to happen i mean , he will have to count on the support of opposition lawmakers and to push these are these reforms through parliament i mean remember he only has a couple of days to do all of this as a very tight timetable cyprus faces a wednesday deadline to enact a series of sweeping reforms which include pension cots tax hikes and labor law changes , some of the toughest austerity conditions eva demanded of a eurozone government and one of the tightest time frames , the tough sell for cyprus who was elected on a mandate to end five years of suffocating austerity i one of his ministers is already come out and said that that would be a snap election and within a few months by the end of the year so the long term stability of us reasons government is is definitely in doubt , several hundred anti austerity protest is returns to central athens lights on monday they see his capitulation and brussels as a betrayal , see press thought the hard work was over at my only just be beginning