Coalition survives no-confidence vote over name deal but sees majority trimmed
Fallout from Macedonia name deal sparks turmoil for coalition and opposition
Mitsotakis calls for no-confidence vote, hoping to exert more pressure on coalition
Name settlement triggers intense political battle
After reaching name settlement, Skopje and Athens face more hurdles to ratify deal
Tsipras hails name deal with Skopje, Mitsotakis declares fierce opposition
Coalition starts to feel backlash from latest round of measures
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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