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The self-saving is still because PPC collapses

By Yiorgos Fintakis

While PPC becomes a systemic bomb for the economy, which the Commission recognizes, the government and the management of the company are trying to dismantle their responsibilities and move the burden of

Today, Energy Minister G. Statakis, As the political leader of the PPC is responsible for the particularly unfavorable situation that has come to him by imposing catastrophic actions and policies, he turned to turn the picture. He blamed the opposition on the company's image, which in its own way has resulted in losses of EUR 903 million in 2018, which amounts to EUR 3 million each day and which its customers account for more than 50% of their annual turnover.

The PPC president, Papagiotakis, took responsibility yesterday, blaming everything but the same to dismantle the responsibility for the rapid collapse of PPC. However, in their own hands, the banks request new loans and demand that new assets be set and Brussels has now seen it as a very serious systemic risk for the Greek economy and unpaid bills of 1

.7 billion in 2014 amounted to EUR 2.7 billion

As he is concerned about the possibility of requesting criminal liability, an issue that has already arisen from the opposition on the one hand has made a review of his work and, on the other hand, he described all these which he would do if he had

More Five elections, he announced a safari against 890,000 debtors with debts of over EUR 1 billion, although he could have done so many years ago, he admitted, has issued (400-500 million) the securitization of overdue debts and has generally revealed the strategic plan for the coming years, even though he knows he won't be there to do it.

In practice, the spirit of all of what Panagiotakis told journalists yesterday after signing a loan of 160 million with the Black Sea Trade & Investment Bank, moves on the logic of "throwing" over their responsibilities

It sums up in the phrase "I told them, but they did not hear me", a tactic like the one before when he took over the management of the company: they were like Brussels said about the 2015 agreement that forced PPC to lose 50% of its share without having to pay it and pointed out that he had brought the damage in time This has also been appealed for justice. It was Mr Stathakis who refused to accept Panagiotaki's proposal for PPC to impose a polluting charge clause, depriving her of the valuable breath. DEDDIE is responsible for the unsecured debts, since PPC can send in requests for 300,000 cuts in time, but the manager only implements 20% and so on

A common goal of the Panagiotaki tactic also serves the policy of the state heads who have and have responsibility for PPC (P. Skourlet, G. Stathakis and Ef.Tsakalotos), who, although working on another approach, aim at the same result, the abolition of responsibility.

The energy service recognizes the difficulties of the PPC, but it takes them out … in previous governments, while negatively impacting the "effects of existing economic factors", such as low output of hydropower and international oil and natural gas prices [19659003] It is trying to present its criticism of the obvious rapid deterioration of PPC's ND goal to being "the prime hit by the government and preparing the ground for complete privatization it wants to launch".

As for Mr. Panagiotakis, he saves that all ministers who have been responsible for PPC, from P. Skourlet to G. Staathaki, will try to charge their responsibility for the collapse. Therefore, he tries to appear as the scapegoat, even though he has endless possibilities to resign over the past five years, as well as another boss when his ministers rejected his proposals, which nevertheless kept him in his place …

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