Phát âm chuẩn cùng VOA – Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Greece Loans (VOA)

Published on 03/03/2015

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The recent elections in Greece put politician Alexis Tsipras and his Syriza party in power in the heavily indebted country. Prime Minister Tsipras gained popularity by promising to end austerity policies. Those are measures to shrink the government budget and reduce spending. Mr. Tsipras has said he will renegotiate loans from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. E.U. finance ministers have suggested giving Greece more time to pay back its loans. However, there is little support for cancelling any of the debt. Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos is a political expert at the University of London. He says E.U. members know that they are not getting the results they wanted from Greece’s austerity program. Mr. Tsipras has tried to show that he means to change Greek politics. The new leader’s Syriza party joined with the right-wing Independent Greeks Party to form a ruling coalition in parliament. Both parties want to change the terms of Greece’s loan deal. But, they agree on little else. E.U. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told reporters that EU officials would have to look at the demands of the new Greek government. And German officials have stated that it may be better for Greece to stop using the euro as its currency. However, expert Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos says the cost of Greece leaving the euro zone may be too high. There may be more questions facing E.U. officials. British Prime Minister David Cameron says he would seek to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with the E.U. if his party wins elections in May.

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