Skip to comments.Greece admits veering from bailout obligations
Posted on 07/05/2012 12:18:24 PM PDT by C19fan
Greece conceded on Thursday it had slipped "in some respects" in implementing the cuts and reforms demanded by lenders in exchange for saving Athens from bankruptcy, and tried to persuade them to cut the country some slack. Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras made the admission after meeting senior officials from Greece's "troika" of lenders from the EU, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund, whose inspectors have begun picking through the country's books after weeks of political paralysis.
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Beware of Greeks bearing excuses?
Isn’t modern Greek culture about excuses and blame shifting?
if a EU member did NOT lie then that would be the surprise.
they are all lying to try and make it look like socialism is working.
Gee, I’m so shocked!
LOL...oh, man... Greece... you suck so bad.
Pretty soon the rational Germans are going to break from the huddle and drop back into punt formation.
Gosh what shocking news. Perhaps they should call an EU summit after all they must keep the orchestra playing after the S.S. Europroject has struck the iceberg.
Slack is exactly what has brought Greece to these dark days.
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