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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-05-11

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

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  • [01] Government VP: 'On May 24 we'll have a deal, better than the one we expected'
  • [02] Parliament publishes wealth declarations of politicians for 2012

  • [01] Government VP: 'On May 24 we'll have a deal, better than the one we expected'

    Greece and its lenders will achieve a deal at the next Eurogroup on May 24 which will be better than the one expected, Government Vice President Yiannis Dragasakis said on Wednesday in statements to Alpha TV station.

    "The country, society and citizens will be able to see the future and plan it," he said, adding that after the program review is complete, the conditions will be in place for economic recovery and a return to growth.

    "After the review, we take advantage of all the tools [available] and we set priorities, working for growth, investments and new jobs. We can see the future again, make plans for the future and set new priorities," he added.

    [02] Parliament publishes wealth declarations of politicians for 2012

    The parliament released on Wednesday the wealth statements of all political leaders and MPs for the year 2012 (declared in 2013) with a delay of two years.

    The declarations, which were uploaded on the parliament's website, do not include the leader of Potami, Stavros Theodorakis and the leader of the Centrists' Union, Vasilis Leventis, who had not yet been elected. Furthermore, the leader of the Communist Party Dimitris Koutsoumbas who was not a member of parliament in 2012, submitted his wealth declaration anyway as head of the party.

    The data will remain on the website for one month.


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