Parliament will not probe 2015 bailout negotiations but issue unlikely to disappear

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The government voted down on Tuesday night a bid by the opposition to launch a parliamentary inquiry into last year’s protracted negotiations between the SYRIZA-led coalition and Greece’s lenders, leading to the imposition of capital controls.

Only New Democracy, PASOK and To Potami supported the motion (brought by the conservative party) for MPs to investigate last year’s events. A total of 96 deputies supported the proposal, while 155 voted against. The Communist Party and Golden Dawn absta...

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