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Protection of main homes the next step in assembly of election ammunition for SYRIZA
The government hopes it has done enough to secure almost 1 billion euros in debt relief measures at the April 5 Eurogroup after tabling the draft legislation for the protection of primary residences and hopes to follow this up by launching settlement schemes for social security and tax debts in due course.
The legislation for the new framework offering a reported 200,000 homeowners protection from foreclosures was submitted to Parliament late on Tuesday. Several hours later, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said the new scheme would prepare wor...
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