Greece ruled out on Wednesday any fresh wage or pension cuts to comply with demands from its international lenders for additional budget savings next year that risk deepening the country's social crisis.
Reuters: October 24, 2013
The so-called troika of lenders has returned to Athens for its latest audit of the Greek economy.
BBC: September 22, 2013
With a fresh inspection by Greece’s foreign creditors looming next week and labor unions leading a new wave of strikes, the government here has drawn a red line
New York Times: September 19, 2013
Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras has said the debt-ridden country could return to pre-crisis living standards within six years.
BBC: September 18, 2013
A week of mass strike action has begun in Greece in protest at large public sector layoffs and forced transfers.
BBC: September 16, 2013
Main opposition (SYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras estimates that "just like the two previous memorandum governments fell, the government of Mr. Samaras will also fall soon," while addressing a press conference at the Vellidio Convention Centre in Thessaloniki on Sunday.
September 16, 2013
"The country is at the final turn of an uphill and has travelled almost 4/5 of the road leading to the way out of the crisis," Evangelos Venizelos, leader of PASOK party said on Sunday.
September 8, 2013
Main opposition SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras on Saturday expressed his certainty for early general elections, maybe with our lenders' encouragement.
August 31, 2013
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his aides are reportedly planning a public relations campaign aimed at highlighting certain positive government initiatives to offset the impact of increasingly aggressive opposition rhetoric
eKathimerini: August 29, 2013
Stuck in its debt crisis but confident of progress made after two major bailouts, recession-mired Greece is unsure of what an inevitable third package will look like.
AFP: August 28, 2013