An impasse between Greece and the Troika of the European Union, IMF and the ECB is continuing over changes to Greek labour laws, that have been rejected by junior coalition party the Democratic Left.
The objection is over the insistence from the foreign lenders that the national wage agreement be targeted to unionised workers only rather than all employees, and the party also reject the plan to withdraw the 10% hike in wages to employees when they marry.
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