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Croatia President Sends Law on Debtors to Court

President Grabar Kitarovic sent the law on seizure of assets to the constitutional court on Tuesday, claiming some of its provisions were unconstitutional as they do not help debtors stay in their homes.

The law was passed in 2012 and last amended in 2014 on the initiative of current government, led by the centre-left Social Democratic Party, SDP.

Anti-racism bill to go to vote in late August after coalition reaches agreement

The two parties in the ruling coalition have reached an agreement on the provisions of a contentious anti-racism bill that has divided the government for a year-and-a-half, reports said on Tuesday, with a vote on the legislation expected on August 26 and 27.

Six firms submit bids to lease Vouliagmeni beach

Six companies have made bids to Greece Public Properties Company (ETAD) to lease Vouliagmeni beach in southern Athens for at least the next 15 years.

ETAD opened the sealed bids on Tuesday. The firm that wins the tender will have to pay a lump sum of 1 million euros and then 15 percent of its annual turnover to the state.