ND sees first tax cuts as fair, hopes to build case for lower fiscal targets

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Mitsotakis, New Democracy, Parliament, Taxes

The first bill to be adopted by the new Greek government since it was elected on July 7 is due to be voted through Parliament on Tuesday, introducing reductions to the ENFIA property tax for millions of homeowners and thereby fulfilling one of New Democracy’s key pre-election pledges.

The tax bill, submitted to Parliament under the emergency procedure on Friday, is set to secure the support of a broad majority of MPs as SYRIZA and Movement for Change (KINAL) indicated that they will back the draft law when the vote is held in the ful...

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