sexta-feira, 1 de maio de 2015

Greek Government under increasing pressure

In Athens, dozens of Finance officials protested Thursday against the salary conditions.

Gathered in front of the Ministry of finance, the newly hired employees complain that the wages they receive are lower than those of the other employees.

The Greece prepares to discuss a bill on reforms that open the way for unlocking funds from urgently needed rescue.

The deadline for the repayment of the next tranche of Greek debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) â€" 750 million euros â€" wins the May 12.

Athens also has to find money to pay pensions and salaries in the civil service.

A recent survey reveals that more than three quarters of the Greek population believes it is essential to reach an agreement with European creditors and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to avoid the bankruptcy of Greece and for the country to remain in the euro zone.

Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, finds itself in a position of less and less comfortable.

On Tuesday night, was the target of an attack by anarchists in a restaurant in an area of Athens considered a bastion of far-left activists.

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