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I heart you: KRISMONYUN (3) … 200611

June 20, 2011

ada beberapa kejadian saling berurutan dan terkait satu sama lain dalam hal solusi utang Yunani:
… kesepakatan 2 PM yaitu Perancis dan Jerman untuk mengijinkan pihak swasta membeli obligasi Yunani secara sukarela, sehingga dapat mengurangi tekanan ketidaknyamanan para pembeli surat utang Yunani dan sekaligus memperbesar jumlah calon pembeli utang Yunani
… kelanjutan proses parlementer untuk memastikan DUKUNGAN PENUH bagi terbentuknya PEMANGKASAN ANGGARAN BELANJA YUNANI, sehingga mengurangi risiko defisit anggaran yang lebe gede, dan sekaligus MENGURANGI BEBAN ANGGARAN YUNANI terkait utang
… risiko DEFAULT utang Yunani bukan saja DIALAMI OLEH YUNANI dan RAKYATNYA, tapi TERUTAMA DIALAMI BEBERAPA BANK RAKSASA PERANCIS dan JERMAN YANG TELAH BERKOMITMEN BESAR MEMBELI DAN MEMEGANG UTANG YUNANI, jadi pada saat GAGAL BAYAR UTANG YUNANI TERJADI, BANK2 TERSEBUT IKUT TERJERUMUS, bahkan bisa masuk wilayah likuidasi; hal ini lah YANG PALING DICEMASKAN OLEH PASAR, yaitu efek DOMINO pada semua bank global akan juga terjadi

ATHENS, June 20, 2011 (AFP)
Greece is confident a new austerity package will pass through parliament later this month, unblocking the next slice of EU-IMF rescue funding at the beginning of July, the finance ministry said on Monday.

The ministry said it was “confident about the adoption of this plan by parliament,” where the Socialist government holds 155 seats out of 300 in a vote on June 28, a ministry source told AFP.

The source was commenting on the outcome of a meeting of eurozone finance ministers late on Sunday which insisted that tough new measures to control public finances had to be enacted by Greece to justify the release of the fifth slice of rescue loans from the European Union and International Monetary Fund.

The next instalment amounts to 12 billion euros ($17 billion) out of a total package agreed a year ago of 110 billion euros.

Greece needs the money urgently to avoid defaulting on current expenditure bills, but it also needs a second rescue package to avoid defaulting on its debt.

The latest proposed austerity measures are widely unpopular in Greece, where Prime Minister George Papandreou reshuffled his government on Friday.

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