Greece -Vote on reform despite coalition split -October 28, 2012

Plans to put labour reforms demanded by foreign lenders to a parliamentary vote will take place despite a junior coalition partner's refusal to back them, according to the finance minister. The government will present the 2013 budget law - which contains the bulk of new austerity measures demanded by lenders - in parliament, and a separate bill with reforms including the contested labour measures.

English: http://news.yahoo.com/greece-vote-labor-reform-despite-coalition-split …

 

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