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Greek public sector employees take to the streets on the day of the ratification of an agreement with creditors

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Greek public sector employees take to the streets on the day of the ratification of an agreement with creditors

Post by Admin on Mon Jul 13, 2015 8:51 pm

Greek public sector employees take to the streets on the day of the ratification of an agreement with creditors

Yesterday at 23:45 "Commander in Chief"
Greek union calls on government officials to go to protest against the adoption of the agreement with creditors by the Greek parliament on Wednesday, July 15, it said in a statement on the website of the trade union, said "Times" .

The union called Adedy calls to enter the 24-hour demonstration to show their opposition to the reform package, which was approved in negotiations with international creditors.

Part of a package of reforms approved by international lenders, the Greek parliament must adopt before 15 July. Tuesday, July 14, the members of the party SYRIZA will hold talks with his colleagues in the ruling coalition - the party "Independent Greeks". SYRIZA leader, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras intends to convince his colleagues of the need to adopt a package of reforms to aid from international lenders.

Earlier it was reported that Tsipras allies in parliament did not support the agreement with the creditors.

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