European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said Thursday that the European Commission was “not satisfied with the progress of reforms talks between Greece and its creditors.”
“Work needs to intensify” Schinas said hinting to the next eurogroup meeting on April 24th and added that “This sequence of events…has not yet materialized,
“The commission wants Greece to reach a staff-level agreement with the commission, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank in the coming days. That would allow ministers to sign off on planned overhauls next week,” notes the Wall Street Journal.
The European Commission is not satisfied? Never mind. KTG knows a lot of people here in Greece who are also Not Satisfied with their unemployment and their Zero Income since the bailout austerity settled here destroying their lives and dignities.
Maybe all these austerity-hit people could march to the European Commission and give the Institution the chance to compare levels of “Dissatisfaction”.
Paid euro-technocrats vs unpaid euro-citizens, so to say.