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Greece faces general strike over spending cuts

Greece is expected to grind to a halt, as workers begin a general strike that could ground flights, halt most public services and shut offices and shops.

希臘民眾抗議政府
Transport services across Greece are expected to be
shut down for the 48-hour strike

The 48-hour strike comes as parliament prepares to vote on the latest round of austerity measures, including more tax hikes, pay cuts and job losses.
Greece is struggling to reduce a huge government deficit amid fears it may default and set off a eurozone crisis.
The EU and IMF have demanded tough cuts in return for two bailouts.
The BBC's Chris Morris in Athens says the pace of protests in Greece has been increasing for several weeks.
There have been lightning strikes across virtually every sector of the economy with rubbish not collected and government ministries blockaded by their own workers.
Into this scene comes the strike over Wednesday and Thursday called by Greece's two big unions covering public and private sector workers.

Sending a message
Government departments, businesses, offices and shops are all expected to be shut. Planes, trains, buses, taxis and lorries will not be operating. And for the first time, small business owners and shopkeepers are taking part.
"We are going to send a loud message to the government and the political system," said Costas Tsikrikas, the head of the public workers' union Adedy.

"We believe participation will be huge," he said.
The strikers are planning to gather outside the parliament in Athens later on Wednesday morning to protest against the government's tough austerity measures.
There were violent clashes in June between police and protesters demanding an end to the austerity measures outside the parliament.
Legislators are voting on two bills on Wednesday and Thursday that include cuts to the pay and pensions of public sector workers, higher taxes and the suspension of collective labour agreements.
Prime Minister George Papandreou's Pasok party has a four-seat majority but some of his backbenchers have threatened to vote against the measures.
Late on Tuesday, Mr Papandreou appealed to his MPs for support.
"We must persevere in this war as people, as a government, as a parliamentary group in order for the country to win it," he said.
'Haircut'
Greece finds itself with rising unemployment and a stalled economy with a government debt that is 162% of its gross domestic product.
The long-term bond markets have shut Greece out over fears that it can no longer meet its debt obligations.
The EU and the IMF have stepped in with two rescue packages but the second has not been finalised.
Meanwhile, Greece says it needs the next $11bn (£7bn; 8bn euros) instalment from the first package of bailout loans agreed to last year or it will run out of money to pay its bills in November.
As part of the second bailout agreed to in July, Greece's creditors agreed to a 21% loss - or "haircut" - on their loans to Athens, but there are suggestions this may not be enough.
With fears the problems besetting Athens might spread to other highly indebted eurozone countries such as Spain and Italy, EU leaders meeting this weekend are scrambling to forge a plan that will protect the region from a Greek default.
Measures could include propping up banks exposed to Greek debt and enlarging the eurozone's rescue fund.

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15362678




 
   

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