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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 14-10-13

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

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  • [01] SYRIZA welcomes investigation into MPs' bribery allegations issue
  • [02] Dijsselbloem: decision on Greece by the end of the year

  • [01] SYRIZA welcomes investigation into MPs' bribery allegations issue

    ANA-MPA -- Main opposition Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) welcomed on Monday an urgent preliminary investigation ordered by the country's top prosecutor into statements alleging bribery of lawmakers made by a party official.

    SYRIZA spokesman Panos Skourletis cited a press report claiming businessmen launched an alleged fundraiser to win the support of 180 MPs in parliament and ensure the election of the new president of the republic.

    The investigation was ordered to establish whether the crime of MP bribery has been committed.

    "We hope the belated investigation will shed light into this case. We want the prime minister to assist the judicial procedure so that this case is clarified," SYRIZA said in a statement.

    [02] Dijsselbloem: decision on Greece by the end of the year

    ANA-MPA -- A decision on what to do about Greece's programme will have to be made by the end of the year, when the current programme comes to an end, Eurogroup chairman and Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday as he was arriving for a Eurogroup meeting.

    Asked whether he would recommend a precautionary credit line for Greece, he noted that this was one possibility but noted that Greece was still in the midst of the current programme "and a lot of work remained to be done, with more disbursements still to be made if the Greeks commit to the extra steps that they have to take."

    "Before the end of the year, we will do new calculations on debt sustainability, to see what the financing needs for the Greek government are next year and the years after, and then we can see what is necessary," he added.


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