Greek Prime Minister warns of collapse in the case of rejection of rescue plan

11.02.2012 | (Voice of Iraq) - Add Comment - Athens (Reuters) warned the Prime Minister of Greece Lucas Papademos Greeks that they would be in danger of collapse in living standards and lack of fuel supplies and medicines if MPs rejected on Sunday a plan to save billions of euro and failed the country pay its debts. spoke Papademos on Saturday to the people in a televised speech before a vote in parliament on a bill of austerity is not very popular on a large scale in order to obtain 130 billion euros from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. The Prime Minister said "This agreement will determine the future of the country .. . We are one step away from the bottom. " Papademos said, saying that "the occurrence of defaults will be chaotic country to a disastrous adventure ... I will break down living standards and would lead to exit from the euro area sooner or later."

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