The 2011 State Budget and the 14.3 billion euros fiscal adjustment, and speculation of lay-offs in Public Utilities and Organisations (DEKO), dominated the headlines on Friday in Athens' dailies

ADESMEFTOS TYPOS: "Prime Minister George Papandreou preannounced new sacrifices".

AVGHI: "State Budget of 'Controlled bankruptcy'."

AVRIANI: "Half the state hospitals will shut down".

ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "High cost of living and destitution".

ELETHEROS TYPOS: "Who will pay for the damage?".

ESTIA: "State Budget up in the air".

ETHNOS: "Regulation/breather on the acquisition of first home".

IMERISSIA: "Huge cutbacks everywhere".

KATHIMERINI: "Possibility of layoffs in DEKO remains open".

LOGOS: "Troika's Budget".

NAFTEMPORIKI: "Harsh measures and 6.3 billion euros in new taxes".

NIKI: "768,000 civil servants' daily life changes".

RIZOSPASTIS: "State Budget wildly looting the people".

TA NEA: "Where the government will find 14.3 billion euros".

TO VIMA: "Budget of necessity and ....whoever can bear it".

VRADYNI: "Government devastates market and employees".