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Eurogroup – Allegiance to the government – “Armageddon” on pensions and tax-free

The celebrations of the government’s “countermeasures” that will relieve them of the measures taken in yesterday (20/2) Eurogroup…you probably don’t have a striker, after wages, pensions, and tax-free are targeted and the statement of Tsipras to Moscovici “a single euro more austerity”, has already gone for a walk.The “countermeasures” that proclaims the government after the Eurogroup , are conditional, in contrast with the measures that are coming and must immediately be voted on. Also, for the umpteenth time, the Greek side did not receive any specific commitment to provide debt relief.The government left the Eurogroup with a decision that will result in the following additional blows to the καθημαγμένους by the brevity and the over-taxation of citizens:Reduced pension: From the Eurogroup decision affected about 1.5 million pensioners, by the abolition of the personal difference. The abolition will bring reductions of 7% and 30%.Reduction of tax free: tax-free will be reduced, as required by the International Monetary Fund. Depending on the amount of the reduction will come large tax burdens for everyone, even for those who have very small incomes.Liberalization of collective redundancies: As it turns out will come the release of the limit of redundancy, something that he also wanted the IMF.In spite of the harsh measures which they expect the Greeks, the landscape of the compensation remains “foggy”. As it transpired from the statements of the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, this will only apply if you achieve the budgetary targets. That is, it can νομοθετηθούν, but will not be applied if primary surpluses do not reach 3.5%.The words of the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, was that “we’ll be back on the sustainability of debt when the program is completed and then the IMF will tell us if he sees a sustainable debt’, which doesn’t leave a lot of room for optimism.Without, however, debate on the measures for the debt, it eliminates the possibility of a positive feasibility study, and abandoned the dream of QE (quantitative easing), which would enhance the economy of the country.Source

The celebrations of the government’s “countermeasures” that will relieve them of the measures taken in yesterday (20/2) Eurogroup…
I guess I don’t have a striker, after wages, pensions, and tax-free are targeted and the statement of Tsipras to Moscovici “a single euro more austerity”, has already gone for a walk.
The “countermeasures” that proclaims the government after the Eurogroup , are conditional, in contrast with the measures that are coming and must immediately be voted on. Also, for the umpteenth time, the Greek side did not receive any specific commitment to provide debt relief.
The government left the Eurogroup with a decision that will result in the following additional blows to the καθημαγμένους by the brevity and the over-taxation of citizens:
Reduction of pensions: From the Eurogroup decision affected about 1.5 million pensioners, by the abolition of the personal difference. The abolition will bring reductions of 7% and 30%.
Reduction of tax free: tax-free will be reduced, as required by the International Monetary Fund. Depending on the amount of the reduction will come large tax burdens for everyone, even for those who have very small incomes.
Liberalization of collective redundancies: As it turns out will come the release of the limit of redundancy, something that he also wanted the IMF.
In spite of the harsh measures which they expect the Greeks, the landscape of the compensation remains “foggy”. As it transpired from the statements of the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, this will only apply if you achieve the budgetary targets. That is, it can νομοθετηθούν, but will not be applied if primary surpluses do not reach 3.5%.
The words of the president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, was that “we’ll be back on the sustainability of debt when the program is completed and then the IMF will tell us if he sees a sustainable debt’, which doesn’t leave a lot of room for optimism.
Without, however, debate on the measures for the debt, it eliminates the possibility of a positive feasibility study, and abandoned the dream of QE (quantitative easing), which would enhance the economy of the country.
Source

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