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Sunday, 29 March 2015

Greece: Current Concerns and Complications; A Deal for Greek Easter or at Riga, April 24? New List of Reforms; Greek Pension System? Labour Market Liberalisation?

Greece Threatens Default, The Telegraph

The Big If, Protagon

Still not enough? Kathimerini

Wall Street Journal - Eurozone officials say plan far from being the basis for a deal

Mignatiou Update 1 - progress but no definite results

Mignatiou 2 (info from Financial Times)

Peter Spiegel, Financial Times - Greece submits new list of reforms to eurozone (26 page document):

"Although the submission marks another effort by Athens to meet eurozone concerns, the measures are similar to Friday’s initial effort and fail to address several issues that bailout monitors have insisted on, including an overhaul of the Greek pension system and greater labour market liberalisation. Indeed, the proposal appears to reverse reforms in several of these areas".

The List (Protagon/FT) - Greek Reforms in the context of the 20/02/2015 EUROGROUP Agreement

A lot of work still needed, Bloomberg


Accelerated legislation work, Protothema

The nation's "red lines", Avgi

The three "grey areas" in the Varoufakis list of reforms (Kathimerini)

A deal in Greek Orthodox Easter Week? Reuters

Mignatiou analysis


Kathimerini: summary of Tsipras' speech in Parliament report

EuroNews (Reuters) "Greece’s biggest creditor Germany said on Monday that the euro zone would give Athens no further financial aid until it has a more detailed list of reforms and some are enacted into law, adding to scepticism over plans presented last week. A senior official in Brussels on Sunday had dismissed the list as “ideas” rather than a plan that Greece could submit to EU and IMF lenders to secure new funds before it runs out of cash next month".

Lafazanis on Greek energy policy
"Γενικότερα θέλουμε να αναπτύξουμε τις σχέσεις μας με τη Ρωσία για το καλό και των δύο χωρών, για τη σταθερότητα και την ασφάλεια στην Ευρώπη", σημείωσε ο υπουργός Παραγωγικής Ανασυγκρότησης.

Russia might bail out Greece, RT

More from RT

Keep Talking Greece

Kathimerini updates:

Fending off allies

Talk of a rift

Undeclared labour flourishing

Banks write off old debts

Ta Nea report - complications


Yanis Varoufakis in Handelsblatt: The Black Game Must End - Keine „offene Feindseligkeit“ mehr: Yanis Varoufakis fordert deutsche und griechische Politiker auf, sich nicht mehr zu beschimpfen. Auch zum „Stinkefinger“ nimmt Athens Finanzminister in seinem Gastbeitrag Stellung.



Kathimerini report

The Guardian Live Updates

A resignation in Germany

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