Third bill on way as Athens looks to autumn reforms, negotiations with creditors

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Banking, EC, Mitsotakis, New Democracy, Parliament, Reforms
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The third of three bills New Democracy wants to pass before Parliament’s summer recess is due to be submitted to the House on Friday as the government looks towards the challenges it faces in the autumn, particularly in terms of its negotiations with the institutions.

The final draft law to be tabled before Parliament takes a 10-day break from August 10 is mini multi-bill that addresses a range of issues, most significantly the university asylum law and the governability of municipalities and regions.

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