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After a tense few days around Sunday’s commemorative protest march in Athens, the government is turning its attention back to Parliament, where the latest tax bill and the final stage of the constitutional revision are at the top of the political agenda.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is due to meet his finance team on Monday to discuss the tax bill after the period of public consultation for the draft legislation ended on Friday. Before submitting the bill to Parliament, the government must decide ...
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