The chief EU inspector for Greece said on Friday that the government formed after the next general election may review details of the latest bailout packaged signed with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.
"Every quarter there has to be a set of adjustments to the program, each time there is a new memorandum... It is possible that there will be modifications to the memorandum after the elections,» Matthias Mors was quoted by Dow Jones agency as telling reporters in Brussels Friday.
"What is important is that policies remain same,» he said, according to the report.
Greece is expected to hold a parliamentary election late April or early May.