The draft law that, among others, includes an amendment to stop the prelegislated cuts to pensions in 2019 will be tabled and voted in parliament by next week on Tuesday, December 11.
The first post-memorandum budget which provides for a higher than estimated primary surplus in 2019 and does not include pensions cuts will be tabled in Parliament on Wednesday.
Syriza, ruling coalition party with ANEL, tabled in Parliament its final proposals for a constitutional revision late on Friday.
A document outlining SYRIZA's final proposals for the revision of the Constitution will be tabled in the Greek parliament in the next few hours, SYRIZA parliamentary group director Costas Zahariadis told the press on Friday.
A draft law incorporating an EU labor directive was passed in both first and second rounds in Parliament on Thursday. All parties but the Communist Party and Golden Dawn voted on it in principle and per article.
The Parliament in neighbouring FYROM approved a revision the country’s constitution in accordance with the Prespes Agreement signed with Greece, under which it will change its name to Republic of North Macedonia, in a vote held late on…
Friday's plenary session of FYROM's Parliament, scheduled to begin at 12:00 noon local time (13:00 Greek time), on the change of name for the country as the terms of the Prespes Agreement with Greece have set out, has been delayed.
There will be no pension cuts, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Thursday, adding that the country will return to capital markets.
The fourth regular session of the 17th term of the Hellenic Parliament began on Monday with a traditional blessing ceremony performed by Archbishop Ieronymos of Athens and All Greece and members of the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece.
Forty five lawmakers from Syriza have submitted a question in parliament to Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura asking them whether a long term strategic plan has been put in place on Airbnb home rentals.