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Greek parliamentarians are preparing to return to business this week, with a number of non-pandemic items on the agenda. The return to political normality looks set to rekindle confrontations on several fronts which have been temporarily suppressed in the interest of the national emergency.
Among the topics up for debate are the draft insolvency legislation, including provisions on home foreclosures, a major overhaul of environmental regulations and an education multi-bill, while the special parliamentary enquiry into the judicial handling...
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