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  • Photo by TP via Flickr https://flic.kr/p/5WRaRc Brussels urges Athens to remain on reform path as fourth post-MoU review looms


    The European Commission (EC) marked on Tuesday the first anniversary from the completion of Greece’s third adjustment programme - a 3-year adjustment effort with emphasis on structural reforms and provided loans of just short of 62 billion euros via the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).

  • Photo by MacroPolis ND, SYRIZA clash over public sector reforms ahead of vote on second govt bill

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    The reforms that New Democracy argues will lead to a more effective and better-run executive arm of the state are due to be adopted by Parliament on Tuesday, despite accusations from the opposition that the centre-right party is trying to fill the public administration with its own people and hamper the work of independent watchdogs.

  • Staikouras strikes note of caution on fiscal space and tax cuts


    Greece’s finance minister revealed in an interview with Kathimerini newspaper over the weekend that the range of tax relief measures the governing party had pledged in the election campaign will be subject to the available fiscal space in 2020, which needs to be discussed and agreed with the European creditors.

  • Photo by Natasha Pantazopoulou/Fosphotos New government aims for extensive changes to education system


    Greece’s education minister Niki Kerameus announced New Democracy’s plans for changes in the Greek education system in parliament on Sunday, which include changes to steer the education system towards the job market and sweeping modernisations.

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