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Question. Chountis to the Commission: Will be returned to Greece is owed from the capital gains of Greek bonds held by the Eurosystem

Question from Nikos Chountis to the Commission…”I returned to Greece is owed from the capital gains of Greek bonds held by the Eurosystem or blackmail us to download new harsher measures?”Question to the European Commission that highlights the raw blackmail of the European Commission and from the creditors of Greece, who, while they owe and have committed to return each year in Greece, the capital gains on Greek bonds held by the European Central Bank and the National Central Banks of the Euro area, refuse with “I like” to return billions of euros, by the mep of the people’s Unity, Nikos Chountis .More specifically, the Greek mep in question, since it mentions the decisions of the Eurogroup on 21/02/12, 27/11/12, 13/12/12, in which “the member-states of the Eurozone have committed themselves to transfer in Greece the gains created by the Greek bonds held by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA)”, notes that, “till today, the specific returns of profits shall be made in an irregular manner from the side of the member-states of the Euro area, creating a significant gap in the Greek budget, which many times translates into new fiscal measures for the Greek citizens”.Then the question of the mep of the Democratic Section asks for information about the “nominal value of Greek bonds purchased by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA), from 2010 until today”, “the gains that have been recorded…(and)… the balance due to be returned to the Greek state, as per Central Bank”. Calls also on the Commission to inform him whether “There is a decision by a european institution that does not allow the return of the above earnings in Greece, or is in the discretion of the National.CB”.In the conclusion to the question, Nikos Chountis asks the European Commission, as a member of the Institutions of the Lenders, if “It is intended to be returned directly to the outstanding receipts from the SMPs and the ANFAs or if he intends the Commission, in cooperation with other institutions, to blackmail Greece, through the funding gap, for taking harsher measures”.Here’s the full question from Nikos Chountis:in Accordance with the decisions of the Eurogroup on 21/02/12, 27/11/12, 13/12/12, the Euro area member states have committed themselves to transfer in Greece the gains created by the Greek bonds held by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA).However, till today, the specific returns of profits shall be made in an irregular manner from the side of the member-states of the Euro area, creating a significant gap in the Greek budget, which many times translates into new fiscal measures for the Greek citizens.Will the Commission: (a) What is the nominal value of Greek bonds purchased by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA), from 2010 until today, how many are the gains that have been recorded and what is the balance due to be refunded to the Greek state, by a Central Bank?(b) There is a decision by a european institution that does not allow the return of the above earnings in Greece, or is in the discretion of the National.KT?(c) it Is intended to be returned directly to the outstanding receipts from the SMPs and the ANFAs or will the Commission, in cooperation with the other institutions, to blackmail Greece, through the funding gap, for taking harsher measures?

Question from Nikos Chountis to the Commission…
“I returned to Greece is owed from the capital gains of Greek bonds held by the Eurosystem or blackmail us to download new harsher measures?”
Question to the European Commission that highlights the raw blackmail of the European Commission and from the creditors of Greece, who, while they owe and have committed to return each year in Greece, the capital gains on Greek bonds held by the European Central Bank and the National Central Banks of the Euro area, refuse with “I like” to return billions of euros, by the mep of the people’s Unity, Nikos Chountis .
More specifically, the Greek mep in question, since it mentions the decisions of the Eurogroup on 21/02/12, 27/11/12, 13/12/12, in which “the member-states of the Eurozone have committed themselves to transfer in Greece the gains created by the Greek bonds held by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA)”, notes that, “until today, the specific returns of profits shall be made in an irregular manner from the side of the member-states of the Euro area, creating a significant gap in the Greek budget, which many times translates into new fiscal measures for the Greek citizens”.
Then the question of the mep of the Democratic Section requests information on the nominal value of Greek bonds purchased by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA), from 2010 until today”, “the gains that have been recorded…(and)… the balance due to be returned to the Greek state, as per Central Bank”. Calls also on the Commission to inform him whether “There is a decision by a european institution that does not allow the return of the above earnings in Greece, or is in the discretion of the National.CB”.
In the conclusion to the question, Nikos Chountis asks the European Commission, as a member of the Institutions of the Lenders, if “the intention Is to be returned directly to the outstanding receipts from the SMPs and the ANFAs or if he intends the Commission, in cooperation with other institutions, to blackmail Greece, through the funding gap, for taking harsher measures”.
Here’s the full question from Nikos Chountis:
In accordance with the decisions of the Eurogroup on 21/02/12, 27/11/12, 13/12/12, the Euro area member states have committed themselves to transfer in Greece the gains created by the Greek bonds held by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA).
However, till today, the specific returns of profits shall be made in an irregular manner from the side of the member-states of the Euro area, creating a significant gap in the Greek budget, which many times translates into new fiscal measures for the Greek citizens.
Will the Commission:
a) What is the nominal value of Greek bonds purchased by the ECB (SMP) and the National Central Banks (ANFA), from 2010 until today, how many are the gains that have been recorded and what is the balance due to be refunded to the Greek state, by a Central Bank?
(b) There is a decision by a european institution that does not allow the return of the above earnings in Greece, or is in the discretion of the National.KT?
(c) it Is intended to be returned directly to the outstanding receipts from the SMPs and the ANFAs or will the Commission, in cooperation with the other institutions, to blackmail Greece, through the funding gap, for taking harsher measures?

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