Amid fierce opposition from political parties, unions and social groups to the bill, the Finance and Interior Ministers concluded Thursday a round of contacts they had launched with parliamentary parties to explain the bill.
In statements following his meeting with the
"We have already sent (to the Troika) some first points which have been raised by political parties during our contacts which were completed today with a meeting with the
"Apart from the
He said that if written proposals or specific suggestions are submitted by the political parties, these will also be forwarded to the Troika for their comments.
Asked to list the points which have been sent to the Troika, he said that "all that which has been expressed lately by the political forces," adding that "these views will take a concrete shape through the parliamentary process".
The parliamentary discussion of the bill will begin on
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