Greece Regierungsschef Alexis Tsipras has called for a further reduction of the debt of his country. He completed a third rescue package.
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras excludes another tool for his country. “The rescue agreement are over, both in form and in content,” he said in a televised speech to his cabinet. “You can forget a third utility. The Greek people have voted out the programs.” Some would bet on a third auxiliary program in June, but he’ll disappoint.
Instead, one wants to use the next four months to negotiate better conditions for current obligations with international donors, said Greece’s new prime minister. But he did not give details. The Greek government will now work “hard” because “to Greece in a Europe that changes direction to change.”
Just a few hours before the Bundestag had a large majority of the extension the current program approved by four months. More and more MPs consider it but likely that the crisis-ridden euro country will take a third rescue program during the summer.
Varoufakis irritated with statement reform list
The Greek Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis had provided in connection for irritation, because he praised the “productive inaccuracy” of the reform list submitted by Athens. This was formulated deliberately vague in order to secure the consent of all partners € he said on television.
Other euro countries such as Portugal and Ireland had last said Greece will not be able to avoid a third auxiliary program of its international lenders.
The German Institute for Economic Research estimates the funding gap of Greece for the next three years to 30 to 40 billion euros. The country is already supported by two auxiliary packages with 240 billion euros of its donors and has it accepted numerous reforms Pads in return, wants to turn back the new government to Tsipras however.
Tsipras announces bill to “humanitarian crisis” in
Tsipras’ left-wing party SYRIZA had won the election a month ago. She promised going to finish associated with the 240-billion euro rescue package from the EU and International Monetary Fund austerity measures. But in the negotiations with the Euro group had Tsipras and his finance minister Giani Varoufakis last week very well make concessions.
However, apparently entirely clear to what extent they will adhere to the submitted in Brussels reform list. Tsipras announced plans to bring the same on Monday a first draft law on the way, the terms of the “humanitarian crisis” in the country.