d_kishkinev (d_kishkinev) wrote,
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d_kishkinev

Just another "deal"

Про Грецию, сегодня здесь... Так вот, эта очередная "сделка". Как вы думаете,

1) легко ли будет правительству Ципраса после только что проведенного референдума продать Парламенту эту сделку? По сути, предлагают Ципрасу протолкнуть без изменения и задержек, до 15го июля, повышение НДС, включая серьезное повышение НДС на туристические услуги, и повышение пенсионного возраста и иные пенсионные изменения. Как вы думаете, будет ли это легко сделать?

2) Легко ли ему будет продать это Меркель и ее правительству?

3) и как отреагирует МВФ?

This story never ends. Хотя нет, конец уже довольно близок...

After 17 hours of tense talks, Greece agreed to a deal Monday with its European creditors to rescue it from the brink of financial ruin.

The announcement in Brussels early Monday followed marathon talks through the night by European finance ministers and eurozone leaders aimed at preventing Athens from bankruptcy and exiting the euro currency zone.

European Council President Donald Tusk said the deal was "unanimously reached" by the 19 countries that use the euro currency and that Greece would now be able to "get back on track." European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said "the agreement was laborious." He added: "There is no Grexit."

However, the deal is still tentative because the Greek parliament needs to approve it by Wednesday. And other eurozone parliaments, notably Germany's, also need to vote on the deal, worth about up to 86 billion euros ($95 billion) over the next three years.

It also appears to come at considerable cost to Greece, which pledged to implement further harsh austerity measures in return for the loans. Athens must also seek additional help from the International Monetary Fund.

"We found ourselves before difficult decisions, tough dilemmas. We took the responsibility of the decision in order to avert the implementation of the more extreme aims of conservative circles in the European Union," Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said. "Greece will fight to return to growth and to reclaim its lost sovereignty."

Tsipras can almost certainly expect a mixed reaction back home after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected further austerity measures in a referendum last week.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was open to giving Greece some debt relief but would not consider completely writing off Greece's debt burden. She stressed that Greek needed to rebuild trust with its international creditors — the IMF, European Central Bank and European Commission (eurozone governments).

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