There has been no agreement between Greece and the institutions for a 1.0 pct primary surplus, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said in Parliament in reply to a timely question of Potami deputy Haris Theocharis.
“The government will not sign fiscal inconsistent and misanthropic agreements,” Varoufakis noted.
“There has been no day that Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, or Brussels are not talking about Grexit,” he
said adding that we are negotiating and the people and the parliament are in the dark. It is considered casus belli to communicate in our country what is discussed. We did it sometimes in the past and it was deemed that we interrupted the negotiations,” Varoufakis said.
On his part, Theocharis accused the government of erratic policy that has failed and has no credibility.