Europe: Elena Kountoura- a Member of the European Parliament, met with the teachers and students of the EPAS team of the 1st General Tripoli. She stated that the position of women in modern society in Greece and Europe” was the topic of the conversation he had with the teachers and students of the EPAS team of the 1st General Tripoli.
Elena Kountoura added that she informed them of the European Parliament’s actions to improve the position of women, combat domestic violence and break down domestic stereotypes with special emphasis on the ratification of the “Istanbul Convention.
Elena Kountoura also shared the statement of Greek Politician- Alexis Tsipras. She stated that “Red loans. There is a solution.”
READ HERE: Full statement of Alexis Tsipras
Extrajudicial settlement becomes mandatory for banks/ Suspension of auctions, our first action once elected After four years of ND government, red loans now amount to 111 billion. euro.
The ND government, instead of interfering in the problem, has made it even worse: It has consciously chosen to favor the largest redistribution of wealth in our homeland since WWII and beyond. We will not let it happen.
Our country, at the core of Europe, is turning into the Wild West.
The treatment of private debt now obeys the doctrine of “what is not paid is confiscated”.
The coming election is literally a race for altars and focal points.
So that we can safely and prudently organize the next day:
-We are creating a Underministry at the Ministry of Finance, with exclusive responsibility for Private Debt and Housing Policy Management.
– We recommend a Public Audit Authority for private debt management, to be submitted to the Ministry of Finance.
-We are proceeding to create a Special Debt and Housing Policy Fund at the Development Bank, which will support with hot money, through targeted subsidies.
-We set rules on the operation of funds.
Henceforth, extrajudicial settlement becomes mandatory. No bank will be able to “bypass” the obligation to propose a sustainable solution to the debtor, instead of forced executions and auctions. If the creditor does not participate, every action of enforcement is cancelled.
Two alternatives for the debtor:
-Debt settlement with 40-60% cancellation and state subsidy of up to 50%, but short repayment period.
-Debt settlement with a deposit of 100% of the target value and a long-term repayment period with a fixed interest rate of 2%.
For our fellow citizens, who received mortgage loans in Swiss franc and found themselves with huge charges, Justice Everywhere means: Adjustment of their debt taking into account both the rate and the amount they have already repaid. Our First Action: Legislative Content Act to suspend first-home, commercial housing and farmland auctions until the new debt settlement framework is fully implemented.