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Lagarde claims “Greek Referendum will be legally invalid”

IMF’s Managing Director Christine Lagarde finally found the needed strength to express her view on Greece’s Referendum. Speaking to BBC, Lagarde said that next Sunday (July 5th) referendum will not be valid as the creditors’ proposal and program end on June 30th. “I can’t speak for the IMF program, because …

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Tsipras- Juncker to meet in Brussels: intermediate deal in sight?

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is heading for Brussels today following an invitation by European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker. The two men had a telephone conversation Tuesday evening and Juncker invited Tsipras to talk about the Greek proposals. According to latest reports, Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem will attend the meeting …

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Greek Parliament demands back MPs’ January salaries paid in advance

Do you remember KTG’s blogpost, that 300 MPs received in advance their January salary although the Parliament was closed on December 31st due to the elections on January 25th? Well… after the move was described by several media as “provocations in times of economic crisis” now the Parliament decided to …

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Who gets paid without working? Our esteemed Greek MPs….

Three hundred members of the Greek Parliament received their January salary despite the fact that the Parliament was formally closed on December 31st due to proclaimed elections on January 25th. Three hundred MPs saw their parliamentary allowance of  5,500 euro net (€7,000 gross) being credited in their bank accounts, despite …

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Payment delays: Greek state to pay tax returns with 6% interest, taxpayers with 8.76% plus fines

“A mantle of justice suddenly covered Greece, boosting the relations between the state and the taxpaying citizen”… That would be the beginning sentence in a science fiction book. In Greek reality things look different and worse. According to a decision issued by Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras, the state repays its …

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