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Parliament is set to discuss in the next few days (possibly on Monday) a proposal by SYRIZA and Independent Greeks MPs to set up an inquiry into the circumstances in which Greece signed up to both of its international bailouts.
The request needs the approval of at least 120 votes to be adopted, which the two governing parties will cover easily. The launching of such an inquiry is likely to be well received by most voters but is certain to increase the growing tension in Greek ...
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