Saturday, May 23, 2015

Greece “did what she had to do” is to Europe to play –


The Greek government will not bend in the face of demands “irrational”, but it has done its part to reach a compromise on its debt, possible if ” Europe made his own “, said Saturday the Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras. “We did what we had to do, it is now the turn of Europe,” he told Mr Tsipras before the central committee of his party, ensuring that the country was in “the final stretch of a painful and difficult period. “

” The majority of Greeks demand a workable solution, not just a deal, “he added.

Alexis Tsipras accused” certain representatives of creditors “to enjoy asphyxiation liquidity plaguing Greece to overthrow the agreement of 20 February. The Greek government does not “respond to irrational demands” and emphasize “the lines not to cross,” promised the prime minister.

“We will not discuss a major deregulation of the pay system . We will not accept a further reduction of pensions, “he added, holding appease some members of his party who want the government to strictly follow its election promises.

The radical leftist Alexis Tsipras government negotiates to obtain aid funds blocked by its international creditors – the European Union, the European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund – have bailed out Greece twice, up to . € 240 billion

An agreement is urgent because Greece has almost no money: it survives from August 2014 until the creditors pay him this installment loans 7.2 billion euros.

After meeting with Greek Prime Minister Friday Riga, Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel recalled that the Greeks must continue to work with creditors, Merkel insisting that “many remains to be done “and” we have to work very, very intensively. “


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