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Athens: Cypriot banks employees protest outside Finance Ministry

Several hundreds employees at the three Cypriot banks subsidiaries in Greece staged a protest on Thursday morning outside the Finance ministry. Holding banners and shouted slogan, the employees demanded a meeting with minister Yiannis Stournaras. With the future of Cypriot banks in uncertainty, employees  worry about work places loss in …

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Employees at Greek gov’t partner PASOK unpaid for 10 months

Angry employees at Socialist PASOK, Samaras’ coalition government partner, issued a statement demanding their outstanding wages of almost one year. 78 out of some hundreds PASOK employees across the country say that they have not be paid for ten months,  and that for 2012, they have received no more of 500 …

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Greek Gov’t to revise new tax system after outrage over 45% tax for €26K

Following the categorical refusal of his coalition partners PASOK and Democratic Left and the strong society reactions, prime minister Antonis Samaras gave orders for a new examination of the taxation draft and thus on zero-basis, as it’s been claimed. According to Greek media, the new taxation system provisions to be …

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Greek State “Forgot” To Pay Employees at Alzheimer’s Daily Centres

Employees at daily care centers for patients with Alzheimer’s, Dementia and related disorders, centres for patients with memory loss, have not seen any euro cent for the last six months. 250 social workers, psychologists, speech therapists, nurses, gym instructors and administration personnel, in the country’s centres and hostels are forced to seek other ways to cover …

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Greek Employees, Pensioners & Patients to Pay for Troika Austerity – Again!

It’s the same old Greek story: Employees, pensioners and patients will mainly pay for the Troika austerity measures. A package of 11.5 billion euro for the years 2013-2014 and additional measures of 3 billion euro for 2012 to cover up missed fiscal targets. Employees, pensioners and patients will have to …

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Greek Employees Work But Get No Payment

This signature that was put on several government papers on Monday confirmed just one thing: A Greek reality that more and more employees – whether in the private or even in the public sector – have been experiencing since last summer: That people work but do not receive their salaries. …

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Athens: Symbolic Occupation of State Hospitals, Mar 23

Employees at the state hospital have entered a “symbolic occupation” of the Emergency Departments today and allow patients to undergo medical examination without paying the fee of 5 euros. Hospital doctors in Athens and Piraeus have announced a 24h strike  on March 30. On March 31, hospital doctors in Ath/Pir …

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Greek Fin Min: assets of 70 tax offices employees under investigation

Greek Finance Ministry is investigating the assets of about 70 employees, who declared an average income of €50,000 but were found out to possess real estate properties worth 800,000 to 3 million euros,  newspaper Ethnos  reported on its Sunday edition.  Furthermore 234 FinMin employees seem to have never submitted an income tax declaration, …

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IMF reveals: €50 bn assets sale plan designed by Greece

International Monetary Fund officials exposed the real authors of the plan to sell Greece’s public assets of 50 billion euros , saying that the plan was designed by the Greek government  and not by the IMF, the EU and the ECB, which is called “the Troika” in Greece. “The government has …

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The Molecular Charme of IMF’s Poul Thomsen

I would never associate IMF’s official Poul Thomsen, responsible for Greece’s debt, with molecular gastronomy. However,  Poul Thomsen has apparently a lavish affection to food alchemy, something like “Greek Fiscal Sheets” only with “foams”, “spheres” and “molecules”.You know M.G. is this exquisite  art of cooking using maxims of biology, physics, & chemistry, German Bauhaus features and …

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