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Thursday, June 14, is widely seen as the date by which the Greek government needs to have completed any legislative work related to the fourth review so that the lenders can reach an agreement on the remaining issues by the time the Eurogroup takes place a year later.
According to reports this week, around 50 of the 88 prior actions included in the fourth review require some form of legislation. This will come in the form of a multi-bill, which will be submitted to Parliament in early June so the legislative process ...
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