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Parliament starts process of probing Greek debt and MoUs - further division likely
Greek Parliament voted in the early hours of Tuesday morning to launch an inquiry into the country’s two international bailouts, adding to an atmosphere in which there is intense questioning of the policies followed over the previous years and how Greece’s debt was formed.
Following another bad-tempered debate between political leaders, 156 MPs voted in favour of launching the investigation. The period that will be probed stretches from 2010 to 2014. As we have previously stated, the inquiry is likely to be politically di...
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