Finnish parliament begins debating Greek bailout

Finland’s parliament began debating the second Greek bailout today with a vote scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.

28th February, 2012
Finnish parliament begins debating Greek bailout
Euro leaders: now not meeting on Friday after all.

Finland’s parliament began debating the second Greek bailout today with a vote scheduled for tomorrow afternoon.

The bailout is a “comprehensive” solution for Greece, Finance Minister Jutta Urpilainen told lawmakers in Helsinki. Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen’s six-party cabinet has the backing of 124 lawmakers of the assembly’s 200. Tomorrow’s vote will also gauge the parliament’s confidence in government.

Meanwhile, it was reported earlier that a...

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