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People should be asked if a decent and advancing compromise is not reached, Labour Min says

People should be asked if a decent and advancing compromise is not reached, Labour Min says

Labour Minister Panos Skourletis, on Tuesday in statements to SKAI, referred to the possibility of asking the people's opinion in case the deal with the creditors is not a "decent and advancing compromise."

According to skai.gr, Skourletis underlined that the Greek people should be asked to approve such a deal before we sign it.
The Greek government has made the “maximum of concessions” in the negotiations and there is no room for further concessions, he said and noted that “the other sides act like governors”.
Regarding party discipline, he stated: "Before we start talking abour party discipline, we will have to look into the agreement, there can be no 'directives' on this matter, party discipline in this case is not helpful."