Outcome of next vote on prior actions to set tone for political developments

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hopes to clear this week the last legislative hurdle at home before resuming negotiations with lenders on the details of a third bailout for Greece.

The multi-bill due to be passed through Parliament on Wednesday sweeps up the remaining prior actions demanded by lenders, on everything from taxation for farmers to home foreclosures, and will complete the current round of legislating.

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