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Jul

PM Tsipras speaks of “most extreme conservative EU forces” with “detailed plan for Grexit” (full text)

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Slightly touched and with the signs of a negotiations marathon, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras described the agreement as “the best possible outcome” after 6 months of hard negotiations. Speaking to reporters covering the Euro Summit in Brussels, Tsipras “photographed” German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble describing him as the most extreme […]





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13
Jul

EURO Summit Statement on Greece – full text in ENG

Posted by in Economy

Below is the full text of the Statement of the EURO SUMMIT on Greece. In seven pages, the Euro leaders stress right away the necessity to ‘restore trust with Greece’s government’ and list several so-called ‘reforms’ that the government has to start implementing as soon as possible. This will facilitate […]





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13
Jul

EURO-Leaders blackmail Greece to accept ‘toughest measures & sell-off’

Posted by in Economy

After a marathon race of 17 hours, the Euro Leaders Summit ended on Monday morning. 17 hours of intense talks, with Greece trying to kill the monsters put on the table by the Eurozone officials – the finance ministers and the leaders. A breakthrough after five months of fruitless negotiations […]





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12
Jul

Eurogroup Draft: EURO Leaders capitulate to Schaeuble & threaten Greece with “time out”

Posted by in Economy

It is one of Greece’s most dramatic nights: Euro-Leaders continue talks with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras demanding from Greece the stars, the sky and the sea In fact everything, literally everything what the previous governments since 2010 have failed to implement. Everything, even the small letter of Memorandum of Understanding […]





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12
Jul

Eurogroup draft demands from Greece’s govt what toppled Greece’s previous govt

Posted by in Economy

“Greece needs to do more to start third bailout talks” is the Eurogroup finance ministers conclusion on Sunday and it was the same on Saturday. Already yesterday a draft was on the making but the strong disagreement among the 18 EZ FinMins and it has been supposedly to be finishing […]





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12
Jul

Schaeuble exposed: Full text of 5-year Grexit-plan. FinMin under fire in Germany

Posted by in Economy

Old chap Wolfgang Schaeuble, the German Finance Minister has been exposed. His plan for a temporary Greek exit from the Eurozone explains the reasons why he has been completely ‘negative’ towards the  Greek proposals right from the start of the negotiations with the new Greek government. On Saturday and before […]





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12
Jul
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Last Warning to “commentators” here

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Comments containing words like “nazi”, “moron” or whatever other insults will be deleted without exception. I am fed up of this uncontrolled rhetoric leading to nowhere but to pure insulting each other. If you don’t like this rule, please, move to another playground.





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12
Jul

From Eurogroup to Eurogroup: Hell for Greece, All against All

Posted by in Economy

For nine hours Greece stood under the heavy ammunition by Germany, the block of five ex Communist states… until Finland’s extreme-right radicals ‘true finns’ seized the Eurogroup session. They – their small Finnish parliamentary group- demanded that no further aid in form of European Stability Mechanism funds should be given […]





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11
Jul

Schaeuble determined to expel Greece: Greek proposal “far from sufficient”

Posted by in Economy

Grim as always and unable to hide his real intentions, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble reiterated his determination to let Greece go bankrupt and expel it from the eurozone.  Arriving at the Eurogroup meeting on Saturday, Schaeuble said the proposal submitted by Greece for a new bailout program was “far […]





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11
Jul

Fair compromise: Tsipras fired Varoufakis; now Merkel’s turn to send her radical FinMin home

Posted by in Politics

Here we go again: The three institutions received and evaluated the Greek proposals and sent their commendation to the Eurogroup. In their assessment, the creditors reportedly accept Greece’s proposals as basis for negotiations for a new agreement but they also say that Greece must do much more in form of […]





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11
Jul

251 lawmakers vote for Rescue Program, SYRIZA suffers heavy losses

Posted by in Politics

With a wide majority of 251 votes the Parliament authorized the Greek government to reach an agreement with creditors on another “rescue” package with will bring more painful austerity in the next 3 years.  The roll call voting ended at 3:30 am Saturday with heavy losses for governing left-wing SYRIZA […]





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10
Jul

Support “Greece” or “Grexit” distribution among EZ member states

Posted by in Economy

After Greek government sent its Proposals to Creditors, now ball is in the court of  Eurozone. Some ‘positive’ signals already came from France and Malta in the sense of “Greek proposals could be basis for negotiations.” And I write this post, there have been no other comments by the rest […]





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10
Jul

Greece submits Proposals to creditors: €12bn measures for €53bn ESM loan (2015-2018)

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Thursday night and before the deadline expired, Greece sent its proposals to the creditors, proposals that will form the basis for negotiations for a loan from the European Stability Mechanism. Roughly estimated, the Greek government offered measures (“prior actions”) worth €12-13billion for an ESM loan worth €53billion for the from […]





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9
Jul

+++Gov’t sends Greece’s proposals to Parliament, voting on Friday

Posted by in Politics

The Greek government send the country’s proposals to the creditors to the Parliament on Thursday night. Tomorrow Friday, the Proposals will be discussed and approved first by the Parliamentary Commission in charge and later by the Parliament;s Assembly. The Parliament will have to approve the Proposals as the basis on […]





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