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While the government is preparing to start 2018 with its focus fully on completing the third review in January, it ends 2017 under pressure from the main opposition party to clarify its stance on talks with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to resolve the longstanding name dispute between Athens and Skopje.
The multi-bill containing legislation that relates to dozens of prior actions is due to be tabled in Parliament by the end of next week, allowing enough time for it to be debated, approved and then for a compliance report to be put together by the insti...
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