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Austerity in action: Greece approves to lay off 25,000 teachers, police

18.07.2013 07:15

The Greek Parliament approved the redeployment of 25,000 public sector workers by the end of the year in order to secure its next much needed aid installment of $9.2 billion (7 billion euro) from the Troika of creditors.

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Anonymous user 24.07.2013 08:38

Dirty politicians, agents of Germany and States,just executing civiliansthats the reality for greece

Anonymous user 23.07.2013 06:43

Greek average 7 students per teacher, max time in school 30 hrs per week, fewer hours with seniority

Anonymous user 23.07.2013 05:28

Greece has one of highest number of teachers per student in EU, but lazy, don't show up for class

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 05:09

real smart ! lay off teachers......greeks have no future in the EU,hilter would be proud of the EU

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 09:43

AC-Greece and Hungary are two test countries to dissolve, and take under direct globalist control.

Anonymous user 19.07.2013 00:14

Solution: all Greeks move to Germany.

 

JailBanksters 18.07.2013 23:28

Have any Politicians been culled?

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 21:51

Hey cop, thanks for keeping those protesters out... and oh by the way, you're fired.

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:42

With noone with a brain to run it with all leaders filling their own pockets, no care for each other

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:39

All Countres are in debt up to their neck

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:37

Being in the EU is no good to anyone the sooner it parts the better for every one everyone is poorer

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 19:24

Banksters leeching the people in Greece: it was always the whole idea to create the satanic EU

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 14:32

They say this plan will pay off if civilians continue to bleed, but when it does who gets the money?

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 12:10

Russia should prevent an expensive super-bureaucracy with too many bureaucrats in too many provinces

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