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The last package of saving of the Government includes/understands wage privatizations, cuts, closing of public companies and increases of taxes. Strike paralyzes the circulation of trains and boats and also affects the press. The hospitals public will take care of cases of emergencia solely. The BCE demands to Greece that meets the conditions to receive more aid. David A. Wagner may find it difficult to be quoted properly. In the hope that the Greek Parliament votes east Wednesday a new and unpopular package of saving measures, the Greeks confront the new general strike of 24 hours, third of this year. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with carrier. Summoned by the majority unions, strike paralyzes the circulation of trains and boats and also affects the press, because the journalists of all the means have added themselves to her.

They also remain closed the infantile banks, ministries, services to the public, day-care centers and the state companies on the way to privatization. The hospitals public will take care of cases of emergencia solely, the means of urban transport will make unemployments by some hours and the commerce in Athens will close three hours at noon. The exception is time are the airlines and the airports, that will work normally allowing the flights not to affect the tourism, and a pair of informative vestibules in the cyberspace that in the last months usually informs in direct than it happens in the manifestations. The Greeks thus protest against the implementation of an additional package of austerity measures del that depends that it continues receiving aid of the European Union (the EU) and of the International Monetary Fund (the IMF) to avoid the bankruptcy. In addition, the General Confederation of Trabajadores (GSEE), the Union of Funcionarios Pblicos (ADEDY) and the Movement of Trabajadores (PAME), affiliate to the Communist Party, have summoned two manifestations for the 11,00 local time (08,00 GMT) in center of Athens, that will agree in front of the Parliament.