Last-minute labour amendment, university asylum law fuel political row as third bill passes

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Education, Labour, New Democracy, Parliament, SYRIZA
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The last of the three government bills due to be adopted before Parliament’s summer recess begins was adopted on Thursday amid much acrimony.

The final draft law, which brought together various disparate provisions, proved the most controversial of all three. This was not just because there was severe disagreement between the government and the opposition regarding the changes to the universi...

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