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29-Jun-2015
 

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Live: Grexit? The endgame

Should they stay or should they go? Athens and the Troika try to come to a final agreement that would allow Greece to stay in the EU, and retain what's left of its welfare state. EurActiv reports, in real time.

Cautious Merkel faces riskiest move with ‘Grexit’ decision

"If you break it, you own it," former US Secretary of State Colin Powell warned President George W. Bush before his invasion of Iraq.

Commission publishes offer to Greece, Juncker to speak out

In an unusual move that underlined frustration with the Greek government, the European Commission published on Sunday (28 June) what it said were the last proposals creditors made to Athens before Greece broke off funding talks. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will speak to the press today at noon.

Greek parliament approves 5 July referendum

Greek lawmakers on Sunday (28 June) authorised Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' proposed 5 July bailout referendum, setting Greece on course for a plebiscite that has enraged international creditors and increased Greece's chances of exiting the eurozone.

Eurogroup calls on the Greek parliament to take ‘a wise position’

No matter how desperate Greece's situation appears after its government suspended negotiations, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem left the door open Saturday (27 June) to avoid a Greek default next week.

Eurogroup continues talks on Greek 'Plan B' without Varoufakis

Eurozone ministers on Saturday (27 June) rejected extending the Greek bailout programme, which expires on Tuesday (30 June). They said Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reacted "negatively" by calling a referendum on the creditors' proposal and by recommending a 'No' vote.

Tsipras: 'Greece is part of Europe'

The 5 July referendum called by the Greek government will be on the agreement proposed by international creditors, not on a Grexit, said Alexis Tsipras, late Friday night (26 June). EurActiv Greece reports.

Defiant Greek PM calls referendum to break bailout deadlock

Alexis Tsipras called a referendum on bailout demands from foreign creditors early Saturday (27 June), rejecting an "ultimatum" from lenders and putting a deal that could determine Greece's future in Europe to a risky popular vote.

Tsipras calls Merkel and Hollande’s offer ‘blackmail'

Creditors offered a five month extension to the current Greek bailout which expires on 30 June, after Athens brought its proposals closer to the demands of the “institutions”.

Another Eurogroup meeting on Greece ends in frustration

The second meeting of eurozone finance ministers to save Greece from default in two days, today (25 June) broke up without agreement after about two hours.

LIVE: From migration to Grexit

Will Greece default? What about its status in the EU? EurActiv is publishing up-to-the minute news stories and analyses of the endgame drama.

Juncker Plan cleared for take-off

After a strenuous negotiating process, on Wednesday (24 June) MEPs validated the European Fund for Strategic Investments, taking the EU one step closer to the launch of the Juncker Investment Plan. EurActiv France reports .

Greece crunch debt talks restart after no late-night deal

Greece will restart crunch talks with its creditors on Thursday (25 June) in a bid to save Athens from default, hours after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras lashed out at lenders for rejecting his reform plans.

Tax rulings committee flexes muscles over Luxleaks hearings

EXCLUSIVE / The European Parliament's Special Committee on Tax Rulings plans to revoke the accreditation of certain lobbyists in retaliation for the behaviour of uncooperative multinationals. EurActiv France reports.

Eurogroup on Greek crisis breaks up after 90 minutes

Eurozone finance ministers tonight (24 June) broke up their meeting to thrash out a deal to save Greece from possible exit from the eurozone, after 90 minutes and with no agreement.

Greek negotiations reach new deadlock

Despite optimism at Monday’s emergency summit that a deal could be reached this week, new developments demonstrate that a significant gap remains between Athens and its lenders . EurActiv Greece reports.

Commission reshuffle has Faull take charge of Brexit taskforce

Jonathan Faull, the European Union’s top civil servant for financial services regulation, will head up a European Commission “Brexit” taskforce dedicated to the United Kingdom’s referendum on its membership of the bloc.

Banking stability key to EMU integration

The idea of a reinsurance mechanism for savings accounts is among the few concrete proposals in the Five Presidents' report. By helping to avoid bank runs, it would offer the beginnings of a solution to the Greek crisis. EurActiv France reports .

Wikileaks: NSA spied on three French presidents

WikiLeaks said on Tuesday (23 June) that the National Security Agency spied on French presidents Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and François Hollande, citing secret intelligence reports.

Socialists hope EFSI won’t turn into another ‘bad experience’

Socialist MEPs took pride in the expected adoption in plenary tomorrow (24 June) of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).

Commission warns Romania against VAT cuts

The European Commission warned today (23 June) Romania not to lower VAT from 24 to 19%, as the government has proposed. The Romanian parliament is expected to pass the bill tomorrow.

Top British bankers face 10-year bonus clawback

Top bankers in Britain could have their bonuses clawed back a decade after they were awarded under proposals from regulators on Tuesday (23 June) that would make industry pay curbs the toughest in the world.

Greece bailout extension on the cards at Eurogroup

An extension of Greece’s current bailout package until the end of the year is at the centre of talks taking place in the Eurogroup, according to a senior EU diplomatic source who did not rule out the possibility of a third bailout plan for Athens.

Leftist Syriza MPs to reject new EU deal

The new deal set to be agreed on between Athens and its creditors has triggered strong reactions within Syriza. Many MPs are opposed to it, and said they would reject it, jeopardising the Greek government's stability. EurActiv Greece reports.


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