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More than 20,000 protests since 2010 bailout
EC confirms Greek primary surplus, paving way for debt talks
The European Commission on Wednesday confirmed Greece’s projected primary surplus of 1.5 billion euros, paving the way for the launch of talks on a lightening of the country's debt and prompting government officials to herald a more optimistic period.
Greece meets budget target for more debt relief from creditors
Greece met the budget goal set by its euro-area partners as a condition for talks on further debt relief.
The government of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras recorded a primary budget surplus, which excludes interest payments, of 1.5 billion euros ($2.1 billion) last year, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
Greece sees 2013 primary budget surplus at 1.5 bln euros, says deputy finance minister
Greek debt swells again as Samaras looks to creditors for relief
Greece lines up tax cuts
Greece moves to tighten prison furloughs
Coalition aims for surplus boost
The European Commissions statistical arm, Eurostat is expected to confirm on Wednesday the size of Greeces 2013 primary budget surplus, which the government hopes will further boost its argument that it made the right decision to stick with the fiscal adjustment program agreed with the eurozone and International Monetary Fund.
Papoulias marks junta anniversary, says democracy was not a ‘gift’
Dimou quits To Potami over Holy Fire quip
Author Nikos Dimou announced on Friday he was resigning as a member of To Potami, the centrist party led by journalist Stavros Theodorakis, after causing controversy with his public questioning of the belief that the Holy Fire brought from Jerusalem to Greece on Easter Saturday is the result of a miracle.
Tensions in SYRIZA as EP election list finalized
PASOK plays down coalition row over scheme for homeless
The deep division running through the ranks of the countrys main opposition party regarding the euro and how Greeces negotiations with its partners and creditors ought to be carried out is very dangerous indeed.
The crisis which continues to be felt by both Greece and the entire European Union demands responsible and serious political and economic decisions.