Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said there won’t be further cuts to pensions but didn’t say how he could avoid it and obey the country’s lenders.
Completing a list of unfulfilled demands, Greece’s embattled government is set to get one billion euros installment from a third bailout.
Following another humiliating setback, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is trying to focus on the few campaign promises he has been able to keep.
Not content with being a flat-out liar, Greek Prime Minister and Looney Left SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras now is sliding into Che Guevara mode.
The government is sending to Parliament a so-called multi-bill to deal with the unfinished issues that need to be completed to get a 2-billion euro loan.
With state coffers running low, Greece’s coalition government is still floundering in talks with international creditors, delaying critical loans.
After meeting envoys from the country’s creditors, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was set to tell his Cabinet to speed the pace of demanded reforms.
Greece has failed to implement most of the reforms promised international lenders and wants to delay even further to prevent a backlash.
With envoys from international creditors returning, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has conferred with ministerst how to deal with demanded reforms.
Envoys from Greece’s international creditors are due back in Athens to push reforms passed by the ruling SYRIZA-led coalition.