Coalition wants to push own bills through as well as negotiate with lenders

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The focus of the Greek government’s negotiations with its lenders is expected to move quickly to the three key issues that need to be resolved in view of the upcoming first review but the coalition appears insistent that it will also pass its own legislation in the coming weeks.

The three main matters up for discussion with the institutions are pension reform, tax reform and the fiscal gap for 2016. The exchange between Athens and the quartet of lenders is expected to intensify ahead of their planned return to the Greek capital...

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