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Secret letter Moscovici for Grexit: There is a plan and it’s scary

The Plan B of the european Commission about the consequences of Greece’s exit from the Euro area that was conducted in the summer of 2015 is kept as a closely-guarded secret in the building of the Μπερλεμόντ.And a secret it will remain, as is clear from the letter that reveals the “Daily” and addressed to Pierre Moscovici Anna Diamantopoulou, in response to the request of the president of the NETWORK to Jean-Claude Juncker to come out the draft in the light. Mr Moscovici acknowledges the existence of the plan, refuses to go public, arguing that this would endanger the stability in Greece and would cause shocks in the Euro area.”Your request is more can cause problems, but to help”, is the upshot of the answer of the European commissioner to the president of the NETWORK for Reform in Greece and in Europe, who had requested in a letter to the president of the european Commission on 29 January the publication of the draft prepared by the Commission in the summer of 2015 to deal with the consequences of a possible exit of Greece from the Eurozone.Resounding slap in the επιστολήΗ letter Moscovici is a resounding slap to the δραχμιστές within and outside the borders who play with the fire of a Grexit, as well as, between the lines, implies that the consequences are so frightening that must not be disclosed for reasons of public interest, confirming the fact that an exit of Greece from the euro would have incalculable consequences not only in the country, but also in the whole of the structure of the common currency.It is noted that the letter of commissioner Diamantopoulou had been sent in the wake of the statements of Nikos Xydakis on the drachma and restore scenarios on Grexit from a portion of the international Press. But on the occasion of δραχμικά scenarios that seem, according to measurements, to gain ground in serving the public. The president of the NETWORK had argued in a letter to the president of the european Commission that the Greek people have every right to know the consequences of exit from the EMU.Commitments for the non-publication of the σχεδίουΗ answer given by mr Moscovici, on the order of mr Juncker, arrived in mrs Diamantopoulou a few days ago. The European commissioner relied on the commitments of council Regulation (ec) no 1049/2001, which prevent publication of the plan, and argues that any disclosure would give rise to “speculation” about issues that are on the hard core of european integration.”We believe that the public interest is best served by non-disclosure of the information you’re looking for”. Mr Moscovici, indeed, adds that the document relates to “highly sensitive issues of political, economic and legal point of view”. Notes that its disclosure would jeopardize not only the financial, monetary and economic stability in Greece, but also on the merits would threaten “the financial, monetary and economic situation in other Euro area member states individually and the Euro area as a whole”.The statement of the European commissioner is that the time that the Eurozone is still in a stage of recovery from the recent economic and financial crisis, “the disclosure of the document would have opened the door to speculation on the markets for public debts of the Eurozone countries,” which in turn “could cause unprovoked pressure on the member-states”. Adds that to be put in the public domain a document that relates to a “hypothetical and problematic policy scenario” would lead to “unnecessary” speculation on issues that lie at the heart of european economic and monetary integration. “I fully understand the difficult situation of the public dialogue in Greece and I appreciate the constructive and in favour of the euro and of Europe attitude that you and your organization have taken in the debate, I guarantee that you have the support of mr Juncker, the mine and the whole of the College,’ he concludes.Best the γνώσηΣχολιάζοντας the answer Moscovici, mrs Diamantopoulou expressed in the “K” argument noting that “for us, the public interest is best served when citizens are aware of the whole truth about the issues concerning their future”. And he adds: “When the knowledge is missing, then grows the speculation, the fear and populism and we monitor day by day the sawing of the euro and the rise in support of the drachma. “Cowards, the fated and unimpressive adama look forward to maybe some kind of miracle”, as the poet says”. It is noted that, in accordance with information of “K”, parts of the plan were presented at a dramatic meeting of the College of Commissioners just 24 hours before the referendum on 5 July and provided for, among other things, emergency plans border security, emergency humanitarian aid package to Greece, but also a plan of evacuation of eu citizens.E. you will be locked in place in the event of social unrest and instability that would cause the Grexit.Source


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The Plan B of the european Commission about the consequences of Greece's exit from the Euro area that was conducted in the summer of 2015 is kept as a closely-guarded secret in the building of the Μπερλεμόντ.And a secret it will remain, as is clear from the letter that reveals the "Daily" and addressed to Pierre Moscovici Anna Diamantopoulou, in response to the request of the president of the NETWORK to Jean-Claude Juncker to come out the draft in the light. Mr Moscovici acknowledges the existence of the plan, refuses to go public, arguing that this would endanger the stability in Greece and would cause shocks in the Euro area."Your request is more can cause problems, but to help", is the upshot of the answer of the European commissioner to the president of the NETWORK for Reform in Greece and in Europe, who had requested in a letter to the president of the european Commission on 29 January the publication of the draft prepared by the Commission in the summer of 2015 to deal with the consequences of a possible exit of Greece from the Eurozone.Resounding slap in the επιστολήΗ letter Moscovici is a resounding slap to the δραχμιστές within and outside the borders who play with the fire of a Grexit, as well as, between the lines, implies that the consequences are so frightening that must not be disclosed for reasons of public interest, confirming the fact that an exit of Greece from the euro would have incalculable consequences not only in the country, but also in the whole of the structure of the common currency.It is noted that the letter of commissioner Diamantopoulou had been sent in the wake of the statements of Nikos Xydakis on the drachma and restore scenarios on Grexit from a portion of the international Press. But on the occasion of δραχμικά scenarios that seem, according to measurements, to gain ground in serving the public. The president of the NETWORK had argued in a letter to the president of the european Commission that the Greek people have every right to know the consequences of exit from the EMU.Commitments for the non-publication of the σχεδίουΗ answer given by mr Moscovici, on the order of mr Juncker, arrived in mrs Diamantopoulou a few days ago. The European commissioner relied on the commitments of council Regulation (ec) no 1049/2001, which prevent publication of the plan, and argues that any disclosure would give rise to "speculation" about issues that are on the hard core of european integration."We believe that the public interest is best served by non-disclosure of the information you're looking for". Mr Moscovici, indeed, adds that the document relates to "highly sensitive issues of political, economic and legal point of view". Notes that its disclosure would jeopardize not only the financial, monetary and economic stability in Greece, but also on the merits would threaten "the financial, monetary and economic situation in other Euro area member states individually and the Euro area as a whole".The statement of the European commissioner is that the time that the Eurozone is still in a stage of recovery from the recent economic and financial crisis, "the disclosure of the document would have opened the door to speculation on the markets for public debts of the Eurozone countries," which in turn "could cause unprovoked pressure on the member-states". Adds that to be put in the public domain a document that relates to a "hypothetical and problematic policy scenario" would lead to "unnecessary" speculation on issues that lie at the heart of european economic and monetary integration. "I fully understand the difficult situation of the public dialogue in Greece and I appreciate the constructive and in favour of the euro and of Europe attitude that you and your organization have taken in the debate, I guarantee that you have the support of mr Juncker, the mine and the whole of the College,' he concludes.Best the γνώσηΣχολιάζοντας the answer Moscovici, mrs Diamantopoulou expressed in the "K" argument noting that "for us, the public interest is best served when citizens are aware of the whole truth about the issues concerning their future". And he adds: "When the knowledge is missing, then grows the speculation, the fear and populism and we monitor day by day the sawing of the euro and the rise in support of the drachma. "Cowards, the fated and unimpressive adama look forward to maybe some kind of miracle", as the poet says". It is noted that, in accordance with information of "K", parts of the plan were presented at a dramatic meeting of the College of Commissioners just 24 hours before the referendum on 5 July and provided for, among other things, emergency plans border security, emergency humanitarian aid package to Greece, but also a plan of evacuation of eu citizens.E. you will be locked in place in the event of social unrest and instability that would cause the Grexit.Source

The Plan B of the european Commission about the consequences of Greece’s exit from the Euro area that was conducted in the summer of 2015…
it is kept as a closely-guarded secret in the building of the Μπερλεμόντ.
And a secret it will remain, as is clear from the letter that reveals the “Daily” and addressed to Pierre Moscovici Anna Diamantopoulou, in response to the request of the president of the NETWORK to Jean-Claude Juncker to come out the draft in the light. Mr Moscovici acknowledges the existence of the plan, refuses to go public, arguing that this would endanger the stability in Greece and would cause shocks in the Euro area.
“Your request more can cause problems, but to help”, is the upshot of the answer of the European commissioner to the president of the NETWORK for Reform in Greece and in Europe, who had requested in a letter to the president of the european Commission on 29 January the publication of the draft prepared by the Commission in the summer of 2015 to deal with the consequences of a possible exit of Greece from the Eurozone.
Resounding slap the letter
The letter Moscovici is a resounding slap to the δραχμιστές within and outside the borders who play with the fire of a Grexit, as well as, between the lines, implies that the consequences are so frightening that must not be disclosed for reasons of public interest, confirming the fact that an exit of Greece from the euro would have incalculable consequences not only in the country, but also in the whole of the structure of the common currency.
It is noted that the letter of commissioner Diamantopoulou had been sent in the wake of the statements of Nikos Xydakis on the drachma and restore scenarios on Grexit from a portion of the international Press. But on the occasion of δραχμικά scenarios that seem, according to measurements, to gain ground in serving the public. The president of the NETWORK had argued in a letter to the president of the european Commission that the Greek people have every right to know the consequences of exit from the EMU.
Commitments for the non-publication of the draft
The answer given by mr Moscovici, on the order of mr Juncker, arrived in mrs Diamantopoulou a few days ago. The European commissioner relied on the commitments of council Regulation (ec) no 1049/2001, which prevent publication of the plan, and argues that any disclosure would give rise to “speculation” about issues that are on the hard core of european integration.
“We believe that the public interest is best served by non-disclosure of the information you’re looking for”. Mr Moscovici, indeed, adds that the document relates to “highly sensitive issues of political, economic and legal point of view”. Notes that its disclosure would jeopardize not only the financial, monetary and economic stability in Greece, but also on the merits would threaten “the financial, monetary and economic situation in other Euro area member states individually and the Euro area as a whole”.
The statement of the European commissioner is that the time that the Eurozone is still in a stage of recovery from the recent economic and financial crisis, “the disclosure of the document would have opened the door to speculation on the markets for public debts of the Eurozone countries,” which in turn “could cause unprovoked pressure on the member-states”. Adds that to be put in the public domain a document that relates to a “hypothetical and problematic policy scenario” would lead to “unnecessary” speculation on issues that lie at the heart of european economic and monetary integration. “I fully understand the difficult situation of the public dialogue in Greece and I appreciate the constructive and in favour of the euro and of Europe attitude that you and your organization have taken in the debate, I guarantee that you have the support of mr Juncker, the mine and the whole of the College,’ he concludes.
Better knowledge
Commenting on the response Moscovici, mrs Diamantopoulou expressed in the “K” argument noting that “for us, the public interest is best served when citizens are aware of the whole truth about the issues concerning their future”. And he adds: “When the knowledge is missing, then grows the speculation, the fear and populism and we monitor day by day the sawing of the euro and the rise in support of the drachma. “Cowards, the fated and unimpressive adama look forward to maybe some kind of miracle”, as the poet says”. It is noted that, in accordance with information of “K”, parts of the plan were presented at a dramatic meeting of the College of Commissioners just 24 hours before the referendum on 5 July and provided for, among other things, emergency plans border security, emergency humanitarian aid package to Greece, but also a plan of evacuation of eu citizens.E. you will be locked in place in the event of social unrest and instability that would cause the Grexit.
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