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Athens News Agency: News in English, 06-04-14

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] PM, PASOK leader convey congratulations to Prodi
  • [02] PASOK MPs table amendment abolishing civil mobilisation

  • [01] PM, PASOK leader convey congratulations to Prodi

    Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis on Friday conveyed his congratulations to former EU Commission president Romano Prodi, the winner of the recent Italian general elections.

    Karamanlis' letter refers to the excellent relations between Athens and Rome at the bilateral and European Union level, adding that he looks forward to close cooperation with the new Italian government in order to jointly deal with the challenges facing the Union.

    Meanwhile, main opposition PASOK leader George Papandreou spoke by phone with Prodi on Friday, according to a party spokesman.

    Spokesman Nikos Athanassakis said the two men agreed to meet soon in order to discuss bilateral relations and issues affecting the Socialist International group, which Papandreou heads.

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    [02] PASOK MPs table amendment abolishing civil mobilisation

    Twelve main opposition PASOK deputies on Friday tabled an amendment to abolish the civil mobilisation provision during strikes or industrial actions, more than a month after the government ended coastal shipping seamen's strike with a civil mobilisation order.

    The deputies proposed that the amendment be included in a draft bill regarding civil defence planning. Natural and man-made disasters or incidents threatening public health etc would be excluded under the proposed amendment.

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