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>> Protests outside the Greek Parliament overnight as lawmakers debated a package of economic reforms. Police battling demonstrators who opposed the plan to cut pension payments and boost tax revenues. Inside the chamber, the debate was getting fiery too.>>
> If the Eurozone ministers approve the Greek measures, they can okay 5 billion euros in new bailout cash. But Cyprus has already paid a high price. Originally, elected on a promise to end austerity, opposition MPs, and the protestors outside say, he has ended up delivering yet more.
>> But MPs eventually passed the reforms in a vote in the early hours of Monday. The measure's aimed to ensure Greece meets a budget deficit target for 2018. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hopes that will unlock the next tranche of bailout cash from international lenders.
He says Monday's meeting of Eurozone finance ministers will be a big moment.>>