Omnibus bill prompts no more than rumblings of discontent from coalition MPs

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The submission of the draft law containing the first set of measures Greece has to pass to receive further bailout funding has prompted some disquiet within the government but not to the level that there are any concerns about the multi-bill not being approved in a vote on Friday.

SYRIZA’s parliamentary group met on Monday once the omnibus bill had been prepared to discuss its contents. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras dispatched several of his ministers to brief lawmakers on the content, which includes increases in tax on income fr...

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