Vote on tax bill due this week as ND pushes for adoption of first three draft laws

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, Parliament, Taxes
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The process of voting the government’s first three bills begins this week, starting with the draft legislation that has received most attention as it paves the way for an immediate reduction of the ENFIA property tax and the easing of terms for the 120-instalment scheme for unpaid taxes.

Two of the draft laws were submitted to Parliament last week. One concerns the executive arm of the state and includes some of the adjustments that Kyriakos Mitsotakis wants to make to the way Greece is governed. The other is the tax bill. The third dra...

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