Πρωτα σε “χωνω”, μετα Ξεφορτωνω και τελος σε ΔΙΑΚΥΒΕΡΝΩ

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Πρωτα παω Ντομινικ και οργανωνω ΥΠΟΓΕΙΑ το εγκλημα
και ακομη ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΜΕ ΔΕΙ ΤΟ ΣΥΝΟΛΟ ΤΗΣ ΣΥΝΕΝΤΕΥΞΗΣ !!!!!!!!!!! ΟΥΤΕ ΕΝΑ ΕΞΩΔΙΚΟ …. ΟΥΤΕ ΜΙΣΟ !

Μετα ΧΩΝΩ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ σε σπιραλ
The Sovereign Debt Crisis in Greece: Chronology of Events.

23 December 2009: Parliament adopts the 2010 budget setting a general government
deficit target of 9.1 percent of GDP.
15 January 2010: Government submits the updated stability programme (SP),
projecting a reduction of the government deficit of 4 percentage points to 8.7 percent
of GDP in 2010, and correction of the excessive deficit by 2012. The debt ratio was

projected to peak at 121 percent of GDP in 2011.
1 February 2010: 2-year bond spreads reach 347 basis points; 10-years bond spreads
reach 270 basis points.
2 February 2010: Greece announces a set of measures in addition to those announced
in the SP (freezing wages and raising excises with the aim of reducing the government
deficit).
3 February 2010: The Commission adopts (i) a proposal for a Council Decision, in
view of the excessive deficit correction in Greece by 2012, (ii) a draft Council
Recommendation with a view to ending the inconsistency with the broad guidelines of
the economic policies, and (iii) a draft Council Opinion on the SP.
16 February 2010: Council adopts the above-mentioned documents, after discussion
in the Eurogroup.
8 April 2010: 2-year bond spreads reach 652 basis points; 10-years bond spreads
reach 430 basis points.
15 April 2010: Greece requests ‘discussions with the European Commission, the ECB
and the IMF on a multi-year programme of economic policies (…) that could be
supported with financial assistance, if the Greek authorities were to decide to request
such assistance.’
23 April 2010: Greece requests financial assistance from the euro-area Member
States and the IMF.
27 April 2010: 2-year bond spreads reach 1552 basis points; 10-years bond spreads
reach 755 basis points.
2 May 2010: Greece, the Commission, the ECB and IMF announce an agreement on a
three-year programme of economic and financial policies. The Eurogroup
unanimously agrees to activate stability support to Greece via bilateral loans centrally
pooled by the European Commission
6 May 2010: The Greek Parliament votes to accept a series of policy measures
included in the programme of economic and financial policies, including an increase
in VAT and excises, as well as further reductions in public sector wages and pensions.
6 May 2010: ECB adopts temporary measures relating to the eligibility of marketable
debt instruments issued or guaranteed by the Greek Government.
7 May 2010: 2-year bond spreads reach 1739 basis points; 10-years bond spreads
reach 1287 basis points.
7 May 2010: The Council adopts a Decision according to Articles 126(9) and 136 of
the Treaty including the main conditions to be respected by Greece in the context of
the financial assistance programme.
9 May 2010: IMF executive board approves the Stand-by arrangement (SBA).
9 and 10 May 2010: The Council and the EU Member States endorse a financial
stabilisation mechanism.
18 May 2010: The euro-area Member States disburse the first instalment (EUR 14.5
billion) of a pooled loan to Greece.
Source: EU Commission.

Μετα εφοσον εχω πει 100 φορες ποσο καλη ειναι ΑΝΑΓΚΑΙΑ ειναι η ΔΙΑΚΥΒΕΡΝΣΗ…. ΣΕ ΔΙΑΚΥΒΕΡΝΩ
( ΑΦΟΥ ΕΧΩ ΞΕΦΟΡΤΩΣΕΙ ΤΑ ΟΜΟΛΟΓΑ ΤΗΣ ΠΕΡΙΦΕΡΕΙΑΣ !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ) δειτε τους πινακες !….

ΤΕΛΟΣ κανω ΤΗΝ ΟΜΕΡΤΑ, ΣΥΝΚΥΒΕΡΝΗΣΗ..! και απαιτω να πληρωσει ο Λαος ολα οσα χρωστανε τα κομματα…! οεο

Σας εχουμε γραμμενους… εισαστε τοσο προβλεψιμοι….

ΓΙΔΙΑΑΑΑ…. αλλο το Governing Law = English Στην εκδοση Ομολογων PSI κ Νεα Δανειακη και ΑΛΛΟ η ΔΙΚΑΙΟΔΟΣΙΑ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΩΝ ΔΙΚΑΣΤΗΡΙΩΝ ΣΕ ΑΝΑΓΚΑΣΤΙΚΗ ΕΚΤΕΛΕΣΗ ΑΠΟΦΑΣΗΣ…!! νταξυ ??

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