sexta-feira, 10 de julho de 2015

Greece: critical moments

The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, met with the President of the Republic and with the opposition leaders to inform them of the point at which the negotiations after having appeared in the European Parliament.

According to a Greek newspaper, Athens prepares a reform package of 12 billion euros for the next two years.

"We are living a crucial moment, and it is necessary to inform the political parties so there are no misunderstandings," stressed the Prime Minister.

Tsipras said in Brussels that his Government will present credible reforms to achieve an "honest engagement".

"We have to get a deal before Sunday. Sunday it will be late. It is crucial to reach a final agreement on Friday morning, "said Stavros Theodorakis, party leader To Potami.

The Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, reiterated that the IMF cannot deviate from their rules because of Greece.

"We have always said that the program has two bases. A, are significant reforms and fiscal consolidation. The other is the debt restructuring that, in the case of Greece, it is necessary for a sustainable debt, "said Lagarde.

In Greece the banks will remain closed until Monday, being only available to pensioners receive part of the reform. Athens claimed that until then, the banks have liquidity.

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