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Greece pores over bailout laws amid protests

Police officers secure a street during an anti-austerity rally by pensioners outside the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists will protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a multi-billion-euro bailout, and lawmakers will debate a debt swap to avoid imminent bankruptcy.   REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

Police officers secure a street during an anti-austerity rally by pensioners outside the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists will protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a...more

Police officers secure a street during an anti-austerity rally by pensioners outside the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists will protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a multi-billion-euro bailout, and lawmakers will debate a debt swap to avoid imminent bankruptcy. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
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Pensioners march during an anti-austerity rally in front of the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a multi-billion-euro bailout, and lawmakers will debate a debt swap to avoid imminent bankruptcy. Euro zone finance ministers agreed a 130-billion-euro (108.7-billion-pound) rescue for Greece on Tuesday to avert an imminent chaotic default after forcing Athens to commit to unpopular cuts and private bondholders to take bigger losses.  REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis

Pensioners march during an anti-austerity rally in front of the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a multi-billion-euro bailout, and...more

Pensioners march during an anti-austerity rally in front of the parliament in Athens February 22, 2012. Greek unions, the unemployed and communists protest on Wednesday against spending cuts introduced to secure a multi-billion-euro bailout, and lawmakers will debate a debt swap to avoid imminent bankruptcy. Euro zone finance ministers agreed a 130-billion-euro (108.7-billion-pound) rescue for Greece on Tuesday to avert an imminent chaotic default after forcing Athens to commit to unpopular cuts and private bondholders to take bigger losses. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
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