Multi-bill passes but coalition's relationship with armed forces and police sours further

PoliticsForeign Policy

A multi-bill of reforms that took the government some time to pull together was passed through Parliament with relatively little fuss on Wednesday but the government may face more serious consequences when some of the law’s provisions start to take effect.

Fifty coalition MPs voted in favour of the omnibus bill, containing the prior actions needed for Greece to receive its next bailout sub-tranche of 1 billion euros, and 47 lawmakers opposed it.

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