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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to chair a cabinet meeting on Monday, which is seen as the last step before the government submits to Parliament the multi-bill designed to wrap up most of the remaining 70-odd prior actions of the third review.
It is expected that the draft legislation will be submitted to Parliament on Tuesday or Wednesday this week, ahead of a meeting of the Euro Working Group that is scheduled for Thursday and which is expected to examine whether the multi-bill ticks the ne...
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