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The multi-bill of measures agreed between the Greek government and its lenders passed through Parliament in Athens on Thursday night with the support of all 153 coalition MPs.
There were no major surprises for the government, which had been confident that it had secured all the votes of its deputies. The only differentiation came from former Migration Policy Minister Tasia Christodoulopoulou (SYRIZA), who abstained from votin...
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