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Stress-free vote on multi-bill but bigger challenges lie ahead for Tsipras
There were no surprises for the government in Tuesday night’s vote on the multi-bill of prior actions, including the sale of a first batch of non-performing loans (NPLs), as all 153 coalition MPs supported the legislation.
The vote followed subdued debate, which had none of the drama of previous ballots on bailout-related measures even though all the opposition parties refused to support the omnibus bill, leading to 138 lawmakers voting against it.
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