One piece of legislation that has been submitted to Parliament, however, is the bill paving the way for the creation of an escrow account into which Greece will have to pay money to be used to repay its debts. New Democracy took another step in its election preparations by welcoming back Margaritis Tzimas, an MP from Drama, who had been one of the 22 deputies expelled in February for rejecting the new bailout. Another three ousted lawmakers are due to return Thursday after writing to ND leader Antonis Samaras. However, there was some confusion Wednesday over whether Foreign Minister Stavros Dimas will be a candidate at the upcoming elections. Dimas’s son, Christos, is due to stand for the conservatives.