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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Greeks will be required to work 6 days a week - Greek exit from Euro seems inevitable

Published on Sep 4, 2012 by 
Moody's ratings agency has changed the Eurozone's outlook from stable to negative, warning it faces being downgraded.

That's despite relentless meetings between EU leaders, which have so far failed to deliver any solutions.

And a leaked email suggests that the Troika of international lenders want Greece - one of the most debt-stricken countries, to work six days a week and longer hours to fulfill their financial obligations.

Morten Messerschmidt, Danish MEP and member of the Freedom and Democracy group in the European Parliament, believes Greeks should exit the Eurozone to save themselves.

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