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SYRIZA tweaks auction rules to appease MPs, defends clean exit narrative
The government tweaked on Thursday its amendment regarding property auctions in order to secure the full support of SYRIZA MPs, who had earlier harangued ministers about the provisions relating to protests against foreclosures.
Justice Minister and Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos had to hold talks with a group of around 20 SYRIZA lawmakers who felt that the amendment, which proposed that anyone preventing or threatening to prevent an auction should automatically face action...
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