Uproar in Local Government, streets unions and heavy climate in the Parliament just before the advent of Schauble in Athens
In one of the most "hot" weeks since he took power enters from today the government Samaras.
The political temperature has skyrocketed and the Prime Minister is asked to give major battles inside and outside parliament before getting the plane to the U.S. for a meeting with Barack Obama.
The House is to decide on a series of "hot" issues, while Thursday is expected in Athens the German finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble.
The protests in the area of local government have created heavy atmosphere in the House which will meet five (!) Times this week.
Indeed, currently at 17.00 debated in Parliament the findings of the Preliminary Commission regarding the Lagarde list. The discussion will conclude at 11:00 in the evening, followed by secret ballot for possible referral of the former Minister George Papaconstantinou. If remitted within a week will be held the draw for the establishment of the Judicial Symvouliou.Ypenthymizetai that former "Czar" will have the last chance to apply to the body.
Before speaking Papakonstantinou but begins the process for the enactment of polynomoschediou topped Wednesday night by roll call vote.
The multi-bill is a crucial test for the coherence of government as coalition MPs have voiced objections on specific articles with these cutting edge leading to layoffs in the public sector.
The reactions that have occurred in the two parliamentary groups, ND and PASOK are classified as 'controlled', however, no one can put his hand in the fire that the government will easily pass the articles relating to the abolition of the municipal police and school guards.
Morning at Avenue L. four ministers Mitsotakis, C. Michelakis, C. and G. Staikouras Mavraganis will reconvene to deputies, managers and mayors in SW adjacent to explain the recent intervention by the government to use almost all of the municipal police in the Greek Police and the prison system where there are hundreds of gaps.
The discussion of polynomoschediou plenary will be completed in four sessions, with morning and afternoon sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Conference of Presidents decided yet, the discussion of the bill on state television to be completed in two sessions by the end of next week, probably on Thursday.
Friday will be discussed and the proposal of SYRIZA committee of inquiry for ERT.
Things, however, in this respect far as is easily within the SW are still strong objections to the manipulations made to the "black" and the padlock of ERT.