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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-12-19

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

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  • [01] Amendment on postponement of VAT increase on islands tabled in Parliament
  • [02] Europe changes and converges towards Greece's positions on labour issues, says Labour Min

  • [01] Amendment on postponement of VAT increase on islands tabled in Parliament

    The amendment on the postponement of VAT increase on the islands hit by the refugee crisis was tabled in Parliament on Monday.

    Governing SYRIZA party has already announced that a roll call vote will be held.

    The amendment will be included in the omnibus bill of the Finance and Justice ministers on the bankruptcy law, the plastic money, and the declaration of income to be discussed in parliament plenary on Friday.

    [02] Europe changes and converges towards Greece's positions on labour issues, says Labour Min

    Europe changes and converges towards Greece's positions as regards changes in labour relations and this remains to be reflected on the negotiations with the creditors, Labour Minister Efi Achtsioglou said in an interview with Efimerida ton Syntakton.

    "The government aims to the best possible defence of the interests of the employees. This is why we struggle for the restoration of the collective negotiations in Greece so that employees can seek better labour conditions," the Labour Minister stressed and added: "Our positions are aligned with the best EU practices and are supported by the International Labour Organisation. For that reason we also oppose to the deregulation of mass layoffs. Meeting the IMF's demand for the deregulation of mass layoffs would do nothing more than deregulate the labour market."


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