Coalition starts to feel backlash from latest round of measures

PoliticsGreek Politics
Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

The government is expected to unveil a second multi-bill on Thursday as it aims to catch up with the list of prior actions it needs to carry out to receive the next bailout tranche of 2 billion euros and then move on to the first review of the third bailout in November.

The draft legislation is designed to tie up a number of loose ends, including on taxation, pensions and the energy market.

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