Greece: Parliament plans to reduce taxes in coming weeks

Greece: Parliament plans to reduce taxes in coming weeks

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the new prime minister of Greece, announced that his government plans to submit a bill to parliament to reduce taxes in the coming weeks.

The European news network “Euro News” that it came during the first meeting of the government of Mitsotakis, on Wednesday, explaining that the new parliament of Greece will be sworn in next week, after the election won by the party of Prime Minister “new democracy” conservative.

The new prime minister, who is succeeding Alexis Tsipras, has given several directives to his new government as part of a plan of action that will continue until December. The party has pledged a series of tax cuts including income and corporate taxes.

Although the party won a parliamentary majority, Mitsotakis stressed that the Greece government seeks to cooperate and form alliances, pointing to its desire to build bridges and not the construction of walls.

Read also: Kyriakos Mitsotakis sworn in as Greece PM

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