PM brushes aside political cost of self-employed tax bill as main opposition unravels

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA, Taxes
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Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis appears determined to pass a controversial tax reform in the teeth of opposition from unions and his own party’s lawmakers.

The response from main opposition SYRIZA has been muted, as the leftist party continues to be consumed by internal wrangles which saw it lose two of its MPs after a weekend confrontation with leader Stefanos Kasselakis.

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