Parliamentary test awaits Greek austerity concessions

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The Greek parliament is due to vote on a deal that could see the country given an economic lifeline in return for concessions to its lenders. After winning the referendum to reject the Eurozone’s earlier deal, the Greek Government has drawn up a new proposal in the hopes to secure over 50 billion euros of new money. With ATM withdrawal limits already in place and fears of further financial and social crises, many hope a new deal will patch things over.

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