Coalition ready to pass first legislation as agenda for lenders' talks grows

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Reforms
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The Greek government, which is entering its seventh week in power, is due to pass its first legislation in Parliament this week as technical talks with lenders aimed at agreeing a set of reforms continue for the second week.

The draft legislation regarding measures to tackle the social impact of the crisis is the first to be submitted by the government and is due to be debated on Tuesday and Wednesday, when MPs will also get a chance to vote on the measures.

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