New Democracy MP Dora Bakoyanni said if Greece doesn’t reach a deal with creditors she fears capital controls and bank account seizures coming.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has again called on the country’s creditors to reach a compromise to release critical aid as long as he doesn’t have to.
Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ film The Lobster, about loveless people being turned into animals, won the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Greece will continue paying its debts, after SYRIZA rejected a call by hardliners to miss its next International Monetary Fund loan payment.
Most Greeks favor the tough negotiating line of the Radical Left SYRIZA in talks with international lenders, but want to stay in the Eurozone.
Running out of cash, locked out of markets and stuck in stalled talks with international lenders, Greece’s Radical Left SYRIZA-led government can’t meet a critical June 5 payment and faces default without aid or a deal.
Zorba couldn’t have said it better: unable to meet critical loan payments in June without more aid, Greece is looking at the full catastrophe, world press reports say.
Greece’s new coalition government plans to improve notoriously poor bureaucratic service by offering rewards instead of punishing slackers.
The return of the former national broadcaster ERT, set for May 25, may be been postponed again, iring Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Worried Greece will go bust and pushed out of the Eurozone, Greek companies on the Athens Stock Exchange are moving their money to foreign banks.