The reactions toward the government’s plans for an evaluation of public sector workers are completely unsurprising.
eKathimerini: July 24, 2014
Overhauls in Greek markets, the economy and public administration are delivering results, the European Commission said today, signaling divisions among official creditors over the country’s progress.
Bloomberg: July 23, 2014
The European Commission has approved National Bank of Greece's (NBG) restructuring plan, which includes reducing NBG's stake in Turkey's Finansbank.
Reuters: July 23, 2014
Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday pledged that "as of 2015 there will be no layoffs" in the public sector.
July 16, 2014
Inspectors from Greece's EU/IMF lenders have concluded a short, interim checkup of the country's performance under its bailout and will return for a more comprehensive audit in September, a senior Greek finance ministry official said on Wednesday.
Reuters: July 16, 2014
An organised propaganda campaign is being waged in various publications, TV shows and social media against the functioning of the Council of State, which has been criticised by the the IMF over its 'adverse court rulings' that represent 'downside risks' for the country's austerity programme
Enet: July 11, 2014
Wolfgang Zoeller, a former commissioner for patients’ issues, says tight time frame imposed by the troika for health sector reform was 'impossible to carry out'
Enet: July 6, 2014
Many parts of Greece are facing power cuts, as workers from the Public Power Corporation (PPC) stage rolling strikes in protest at a government privatisation programme.
BBC: July 4, 2014
After six decades of relentless if incremental integration, might the European Union be about to go into reverse?
Reuters: July 4, 2014
Greek authorities are warning of possible power cuts at the heart of the summer tourist season as electric utility workers head for protracted strikes against government plans
July 2, 2014