In April 2015 the Greek Parliament established the Truth Committee on Public Debt mandating the investigation into the creation and growth of public debt, the way and reasons for which debt was contracted, and the impact that the conditionalities attached to the loans have had on the economy and the population.The … Read More »
Daily Archives: June 17, 2015
The governor of Central Bank of Greece, Yiannis Stournaras wrote his annual report and forwarded it to the Greek Parliament and Tsipras’ cabinet. In his 141-page report Monetary Policy 2014-2015, the former Finance Minister of Samaras-Venizelos government warned that Greece faces an “uncontrollable crisis”, if a deal cannot be reached … Read More »
Veteran politician of the Greek Left and WWII resistance fighter Manolis Glezos, 92, has reportedly submitted his resignation to the European Parliament. In a statement uploaded in his Movement of Active Citizens website, Glezos said that he is resigning from the EP and that his resignation will come into forces … Read More »
Is EC Juncker undermining the negotiations by misleading Greece with own proposals that IMF & ECB reject?
It was and still is a heavy accusation. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker accused Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of having twisted his words regarding proposals to solve the debt crisis and that he was “not telling the truth to the Greek people”. Juncker indirectly but clearly implied that the … Read More »