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The Sunday edition of Athens' dailies at a glance

Δημοσίευση 29 Νοεμβρίου 2010, 10:34 / Ανανεώθηκε 27 Ιουνίου 2013, 14:55
The Sunday edition of Athens' dailies  at a glance
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Pending mergers and a downsizing of Greece's massive public sector as well as speculation over wage cuts and new labour relations in the private sector, along with an interview by PM George Papandreou, mostly dominated the headlines in the Sunday edition of Athens' newspapers.

Pending mergers and a downsizing of Greece's massive public sector as well as speculation over wage cuts and new labour relations in the private sector, along with an interview by PM George Papandreou, mostly dominated the headlines in the Sunday edition of Athens' newspapers.

AVGHI: "They're destroying wages, collective bargaining -- Up to 30 percent".

AVRIANI: "All of the thieving politicians and US agents in Greece and around the world uncovered (via pending Wikileaks release)" the paper claims.

CHORA: "(Political) stowaways should leave New Democracy party".

ELEFTHEROS TYPOS: "Merger plan for 120 hospitals".

ELEFTHEROTYPIA: "Radical plan for public sector".

EPOCHI (weekly): "Europe sinking because it's not changing".

ETHNOS: "Up to 30 percent 'haircut' of public sector via express procedures".

KATHIMERINI: "Papandreou: Changes a one-way street; society approves".

LOGOS: "Games on the people's back".

PARON (weekly): "They're giving up everything in Aegean, Cyprus -- George (Papandreou), Dora (Bakoyannis) and the rest of the 'alliance of the willing'."

PROTO THEMA (weekly): "He's (FinMin) counting down days until deadline (for measures implementation); commitments to 'troika' drowning minister".

REALNEWS (weekly): "Secret supper for 11 (PASOK) MPs".

RIZOSPASTIS: "Uprising now so plutocracy's pays", writes the communist party's paper.

TO VIMA (weekly): "Incentives for car, real estate purchases (by banks)".

VETO (weekly): "Bankruptcy -- all of the advantageous solutions for your money".

VRADYNI: "New wage scale in public sector".