Amendments to Conclude Review to Be Debated on Wed-Thurs in Parliament

Amendments to Conclude Review to Be Debated on Wed-Thurs in Parliament

The amendments needed to conclude the review of the Greek programme will be discussed by the Parliament plenum on Wednesday and Thursday, Parliament President Nikos Voutsis announced on Tuesday.
Voutsis also informed the Conference of Parliament Presidents that the developmental law will be tabled late on Tuesday or early on Wednesday and will be discussed following regular procedures, being forwarded for discussion by the appropriate Parliamentary committees on Friday.
In other business, the Conference of Parliament Presidents elected the three vice-presidents and 24 members of the Supreme Council for Staff Selection (ASEP), responsible for recruitments in the public sector. According to Voutsis, the goal was to fill the vacant positions in the rest of the independent authorities within June.


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