Barroso warns Greece of the consequences of failure to support the financial rescue plan
02/11/2011 | (Voice of Iraq)

Cannes (France) (Reuters) called on the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said on Wednesday Greek political leaders to join forces to back a plan of financial support signed with the European Union and the International Monetary Fund and approved by the leaders the euro area last week. and the latest Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou shock in the market and to his fellow European leaders on Monday to call a referendum on the plan's $ 130 billion a few days after completion of the negotiation, which raised the ire of his political opponents at home. Barroso said in a statement to Reuters, "I want to appeal very soon from the heart for national unity and political in Greece." and warned that if he failed to Greece to support the financial rescue plan, the effects on the Greek people will be much worse than the austerity measures that affect them now. Barroso said "Without the consent of Greece on the program that was supported by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, the conditions of the Greek citizens will become much more painful, especially for low-income groups."

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