What is SYRIZA planning to do with Greek banks?

Economy Tags: Banking

SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras has repeatedly outlined the party’s immediate economic policies which mainly involve three key themes: asking for a significant reduction of nominal debt, renegotiation with the eurozone on the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) policies and implementation of a 3-pillar programme with a total cost estimated at 11.4 billion euros.

SYRIZA’s economic policies were initially presented at the Thessaloniki International Fair last September and were updated at the party’s congress last week.

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