Greek PM Requests Urgent Parliament Session on Monday Regarding Ongoing Negotiations

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked to inform the Parliament plenum about the progress of ongoing negotiations. The session will take place on Monday, March 30, at 8:00 pm.
Tsipras has already submitted a request to Parliament President Zoe Konstantopoulou who is responsible to hold a plenary session. The briefing concerning the issues of the current negotiation will be based on Article 142A of the Parliament’s Standing Orders.

The Prime Minister wants to inform the body for all matters opened by the Greek government with its creditors, as well as to discuss them with the opposition. Tsipras’ request is part of the government declarations regarding the importance that should be given in parliamentary procedures.

According to government officials, Tsipras will ask dilemmatic questions to the opposition during the discussion.

According to the same sources, the government will attempt to proceed to an overall review of the last two months’ movements.

Tsipras will hold a cabinet meeting on Sunday as Greek officials and creditors in Brussels discuss the country’s proposed reforms in order to secure more funds from the euro area to avoid fiscal collapse.


  1. Maybe, just maybe, it’s time for Mr. Tsipras to spend a day, if not more, with Adomas Audickas and Maxim Nefyodov to see how a country should be re-organised, financially!


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