Greek Lawmakers Narrowly Approve ‘Prior Actions’ Bill



    Greek lawmakers have narrowly passed a bill containing a series of economic reforms by 154 votes to 144.

    Thursday’s vote took place ahead of a major Eurogroup meeting scheduled for June 21 which will see international creditors agree terms for Greece’s exit from its bailout program in August.

    As lawmakers voted, labor unions opposed to the measures held protests in central Athens, marching from Omonia Square and other locations.