EU consider law that addresses humanitarian crisis unilateral action

EU consider law that addresses humanitarian crisis unilateral action

Athens, March 18, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency

By Spiros Sideris

As a unilateral action seems to view the head of the EU team in the institutions, Declan Costello, the deposition of the bill to address the humanitarian crisis, according to information that transmitted via twitter the economics editor of Channel 4, Paul Mason.

Declan Costello says in a letter to the Greek side that both the Law on the humanitarian crisis and the settling for the 100 installments that are about to go through the Greek parliament merit further negotiations.

“There are still many issues to discuss and we must do this as a single, integrated package”, he says in his letter and warns of possible consequences if the Greek side proceeded with bringing the bills, stressing that:

“Otherwise it would be unilateral and piecemeal action which is inconsistent regarding commitments that are included in the Agreement on February 20”.

The bill on the humanitarian crisis is the first bill tabled by the SYRIZA government and it was one of the promises included in the “Thessaloniki programme” announced by Alexis Tsipras in September 2014.