Coalition under fire over multi-bill but aiming to stay united for vote

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Parliament
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Ahead of Sunday’s crucial vote on the multi-bill submitted to Parliament this week, there appeared little sign of dissent among government MPs despite the negative reaction prompted by much of the legislation involved.

Everything from the changes to the property tax (ENFIA), which will see some homeowners pay more to the increases in levies on fuel, coffee and alcohol, as well as the creation of a large and nebulous privatisation fund, prompted criticism in the Greek ...

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