Greek Government Tables Omnibus Bill on Prior Actions, Voting on Friday

Greek Government Tables Omnibus Bill on Prior Actions, Voting on Friday

The Greek government submitted on Monday evening the omnibus draft bill on the prior actions the country must implement as part of its bailout agreement and lawmakers will vote on it on Friday. Approval of the bill will release about 2 billion euros of its bailout money.
According to the procedure, the Economic, Social and Production and Trade Committees will convene on Tuesday to discuss the bill and on Wednesday they will draft their joint report.
On Thursday, the Conference of [Parliament] Presidents will meet to decide the start of the debate in the plenum in the afternoon. The bill will be discussed on Thursday and throughout Friday, when it will eventually be voted in the evening.

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