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Athens News Agency: News in English, 10-03-28

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

CONTENTS

  • [01] Greek Press Review

  • [01] Greek Press Review

    The Sunday editions of Athens' newspapers at a glance

    The economy and the decisions made by EU leaders in Brussels mostly dominated the main front-page items in Athens' Sunday newspapers.

    ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Public sector to be purged of contract workers. Employees with limited-term contracts to go as well".

    APOGEVMATINI: "Semi-enclosed building spaces: the final measures. New law in the government gazette by April 29".

    ARTHRO (weekly): "300,000 to be laid off in the public sector. What Brussels-IMF are demanding, what the government intends to do".

    AVGHI: "Dangerous choices in Athens-Brussels. The prime minister claims optimism about the EU summit decions but there has not been any significant change apart from the now direct involvement of the IMF in the Greek economy".

    AVRIANI: "300,000 contract workers to slaughter. 4,000 municipal enterprises to shut down. No renewal of contracts in public sector and state-owned public utility companies."

    CHORA: "[New Democracy leader Antonis] Samaras turning things on their heads within ND. Scoop: all the proposals for the major changes.

    ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "New measures 'before the gates'. The seven 'thorns' from Brussels and the one gift from the European Central Bank that change the picture of the Greek market".

    ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Double contributions for 600,000 insured. Social insurance system: those having two jobs will pay two funds".

    EPOCHI (weekly): "Easter 'bonus' for ...markets! The decisions of the 'leaders' are a breather for banks, a stranglehold on the people."

    ETHNOS: "The 'fine print' in the agreement with the EU and the...IMF. Four files on the table before the crash test in May".

    KATHIMERINI: "Record kickbacks for the submarines. More than 5 percent paid in commissions - 10-12 million just for 'Papanikolis'". (Claims the German company Ferrostaal AG paid millions of euros in kickbacks to win the contract to build submarines for the Greek Navy in 2000).

    LOGOS: "The government hopes...it won't need the IMF. Admits that there are 'grey areas' in the decisions of the European Council".

    NIKI: "No lump sum on retirement for civil servants. Insurance rights of thousands in jeopardy".

    PARON: "They put us in the charge of two 'child-minders'. Germany and IMF to check up on us and make decisions".

    PROTO THEMA (weekly): "Three years crucifixion. 'German' social insurance system and cuts in pensions. Massive wave of lay-offs coming".

    RIZOSPASTIS: "Uniform class war on the war declared on us by capital. Workers - self-employed - poor farmers forming a single fist"

    VETO (weekly): "New measures from the IMF vampire. Confidential report by Goldman Sachs"

    VIMA: "Third wave of measures...with women's pensions as the opening act".

    VRADYNI: "All the taxes relating to real estate. How to find your way through the tangle of measures".


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