Andonis Samaras, Greece's Prime Minister, has proposed that changes be introduced into the constitution envisaging direct presidential elections and a reduced number of MPs.
A team of inspectors from the Troika of international lenders is back in Cyprus to conclude the fourth evaluation of the country's economic adjustment program.
Greece must still rely on its international lenders to keep afloat, according to a report by the European Commission published Friday.
The Eurozone will assign to Greece EUR 6.
Greece's public sector was brought to a standstill on Wednesday as state employees started a 24-hour strike.
Azerbaijan's state-owned oil company SOCAR acquired a 66% stake in Greece's gas transmission network operator DESFA in a deal worth EUR 400 M.
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