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Ukraine anticipates default-saving debt deal; Tsipras resigns, calls for September election; Tsipras to announce early...

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24-Aug-2015
 

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Ukraine anticipates default-saving debt deal

Ukraine is expecting the announcement today (21 August) of a crucial debt restructuring agreement that could save the pro-Western, but strife-torn country, from a devastating default.

Tsipras resigns, calls for September election

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned yesterday (20 August), hoping to strengthen his hold on power in snap elections after seven months in office in which he fought Greece's creditors for a better bailout deal but had to cave in.

Tsipras to announce early elections

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is set to call early elections, state television said on Thursday (20 August), in a bid to quell a mounting rebellion in his leftist Syriza party and seal support to implement a tough bailout programme.

Dutch vote gives final go-ahead to Greek bailout

The Netherlands was the last eurozone state to endorse a third bailout for Greece Wednesday (19 August), as both the cabinet and parliament approved the package after a bruising debate. This means that Athens can receive the first installment as early as today.

Bundestag backs third Greek bailout

German lawmakers overwhelmingly voted in favour of a third Greek bailout on Wednesday (19 August), heeding a call from Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble to give Greece the chance for a new start, despite his own concerns it might not work.

Dutch vote seen as key for Greek bailout disbursement

The German and Dutch parliaments are the last to vote on the €86 billion Greek bailout today (19 August). The Dutch government is likely to face a possible no confidence vote, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s coalition is expected to face a rebellion.

Greece approves first privatisation deal under Syriza

Greece's radical left Syriza government on Tuesday (18 August) approved its first privatisation granting a concession of more than a dozen key regional airports to Germany's Fraport-Slentel consortium in a deal worth 1.23 billion euros.

Merkel battles worries about IMF involvement in Greek bailout

German Chancellor Angela Merkel insists the International Monetary Fund must participate in Greece's new bailout, but doubts about IMF involvement are complicating her bid to sell MPs the deal ahead of the key parliamentary vote on Wednesday (19 August).

Interviews

AFD founder: 'Schäuble’s Greece policy is pure marketing'

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble’s latest plans for a euro tax have solidified the prospect of a transfer union, says Eurosceptic Bernd Lucke in an interview with EurActiv Germany . The founder of the Eurosceptic Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, argues that all the “talk about a Grexit” is just a bluff.

Korčok: The last 6 years have been the most dramatic in the EU’s history

The years between 2009 and today will perhaps be seen as the most dynamic period of the EU’s history, Ivan Korčok, Slovakia's Ambassador to the EU, told EurActiv in an exclusive interview.

Daul: 'Orbán is the 'enfant terrible' of the EPP family, but I like him'

Joseph Daul, the president of the European People's Party (EPP), spoke to EurActiv France about Grexit, Brexit and the “enfant terrible” of the EPP, Viktor Orbán.

Opinion / Analysis

The European fairy-tale is over, but the story continues

If we are to believe the stock markets, all is well in Europe. But markets are in danger of underestimating looming perils such as populism, a Brexit, German dominance and weakening European power, writes Andy Langenkamp.

A Greek Versailles?

Former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis denounced the July bailout agreed between prime minister Alexis Tsipras and the eurozone leaders as a “new Versailles Treaty”. Quincy Cloet asks if this is a fair comparison.

Europe feels the aftershocks of the Greek deal

Schaeuble's recent ideas are not likely to fly, but the controversy over the role of the Commission is only a part of a bigger debate in Europe: the dispute over what the future European Union should look like, write Stratfor's analysts.

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The European Union plan for a Capital Markets Union can help unlock the latent potential in financial markets. The banking industry is ready to support this proposal.

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