Gov't postpones discussion on parallel programme ahead of tranche approval

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The government postponed on Thursday the Parliamentary discussion on the draft bill of the so called “parallel programme” that was tabled in Parliament on December 15.

Reports suggest that the withdrawal was triggered by strong objection of the institutions largely because the bill was perceived as a unilateral move by the government and the institutions were not sufficiently informed, while a series of the proposed m...

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