Parliamentary parties will continue discussions on a government bill on foreclosures Thursday as disagreements between the parties and
During a closed meeting of the parliamentary committees of Financial and Internal Affairs in the presence of the Minister of the Interior and the Attorney-General, Finance Minister
Sourced told CNA, that the Troika agreed that a borrower whose property enters a foreclosure process should have the right to legal assistance, a borrower in case of a foreclosure should have the right to opt for the evaluation of his property by the
However, the Troika rejected the proposal that the foreclosure bill should be put into force concurrently with the insolvency framework to be implemented on
In statements following the meeting,
"We hope that tomorrow we will have more convergences," he added.
Papadopoulos declined to give any details of the issues accepted by the Troika, noting that "details are important as the discussions continue.".
The bill should be approved by the House Plenary on Friday, as the approval of the foreclosures bill is a precondition for the disbursal of the next tranche of the €10 billion bailout. The Euro area finance Ministers that would decide on the next disbursement will meet on
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