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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-01-20

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Finance Minister will not be removed, gov't spokesman says
  • [02] Council of State rules in favour of armed forces over constitutionality of wage cuts

  • [01] Finance Minister will not be removed, gov't spokesman says

    Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras will not be removed, government spokesman Simos Kedikoglou said on Monday.

    " I would like to underline that there is no question of changing or removing Yannis Stournaras. He has an important work to complete," Kedikoglou said to private radio station 'To Vima'.

    [02] Council of State rules in favour of armed forces over constitutionality of wage cuts

    The Plenum of the Council of State, in a meeting behind closed doors, found that cuts in the wages of armed forces (military, police, coast guard etc), implemented as part of the country's bail-out deal (Memorandum III, law 4093/2012), raise constitutionality issues.

    The members of the Council of State, in an almost unanimous decision, found that the cuts in the salaries of uniformed personnel raise constitutionality issues and will annul the ministerial decision that provided for them.

    A decision by the Plenum of the court, expected to be published in the next three months, will determine the extent of the unconstitutionality of the cuts.

    Federations and Associations, representating all categories of uniformed personnel, have filed since January 2013 appeals to the Council of State against Memorandum III (wages cuts).


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