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Greek Insurance System

Editorial To Vima: The hefty price of dodging insurance reform
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Editorial To Vima: The hefty price of dodging insurance reform

Pressurised by strong social reactions and fearing the political cost successive Greek governments kicked the can down the road and avoided grappling with insurance reform.

Editorial To Vima: The insurance ‘reform’
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Editorial To Vima: The insurance ‘reform’

Experts doubt whether the feasibility study on insurance system reform presents credible projections and guarantees regarding the viability of the system.

Editorial Ta Nea: Alarm
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Editorial Ta Nea: Alarm

Can citizens work until age 70 to support themselves? Can people at this age participate in the production process as if they were 10 or twenty years younger?

Editorial Ta Nea: Taboos
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Editorial Ta Nea: Taboos

Experience has shown that taboos lead to very bad results. The reform of the insurance system attempted by the Simitis government in the nineties was rejected by very large social protests.

Editorial Ta Nea: Swiftness
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Editorial Ta Nea: Swiftness

The country needs a viable insurance system, and the government must swiftly address the issue,

Editorial To Vima: Liberal populism
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Editorial To Vima: Liberal populism

There is nothing secret under the sun. The unveiling of liberal populism that exists within the ruling party formally occurred in Parliament.

SYRIZA approved big retirement bonuses for certain categories of pensioners
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SYRIZA approved big retirement bonuses for certain categories of pensioners

The previous government essentially circumvented the law through a simple encyclical, an internal document, which benefits only some pensioners.

Editorial Ta Nea: Timebomb
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Editorial Ta Nea: Timebomb

The demographic problem is vital and existential, as the population is shrinking every year and half the population, the workforce, must support the other half, which is comprised of retirees.

Moscovici: Greece backing growth, combating social exclusion
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Moscovici: Greece backing growth, combating social exclusion

Moscovici also underlined that he backs Athens’ decision not to cut pensions, as that would be a painful measure that would reduce the income of 1.4mn citizens by 14 percent.