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Mitsotakis aims to pass key legislation in Sept if ND wins elections
If New Democracy wins the July 7 elections, Kyriakos Mitsotakis plans to table his first key bills as prime minister this September, initiating the reform effort he hopes will boost the economy and his chances of convincing the creditors to lower Greece’s fiscal targets.
In a TV interview on Saturday, Mistotakis said that Parliament would continue to sit through the summer and that in September an important package of draft legislation would be put before MPs. He said this would include interventions in the tax system a...
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