Monday March 2, 2015 Search
Weather | Athens
11o C
6o C
News
Business
Comment
Life
Sports
Community
Survival Guide
Greek Edition
Civil servant transfers to start next month

Some 2,500 civil servants who have been put on a so-called labor reserve scheme on reduced pay are to be transferred to understaffed parts of the public sector during the course of next month, Kathimerini understands.

A circular, expected to be signed by Administrative Reform Minister Antonis Manitakis as soon as Thursday and distributed to ministries and state bodies, is to seal the transfer of the 2,500 employees and to provide a “guide” to the authorities as regards the scheduled transfer of another 25,000 staff until the end of the year. There are currently 7,500 vacant spots to be filled in the civil service. Competition is expected to be fierce, with ministries and state organizations submitting their demands to a special committee that will decide who the jobs will go to.

In a related development, two regional authorities on Wednesday appealed to the Council of State, the country’s highest administrative court, to annul Greece’s second debt deal with international creditors which foresees the abolition of management and administrative positions at local authorities as part of a broader scheme to streamline the bloated public sector. The regions of Western Greece, based in Patra, and the Southern Aegean, based on the island of Syros, claimed that the provisions of the country’s second memorandum were “a blatant violation” of the Constitution.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday Jan 2, 2013 (22:46)  
Greece seeks to assure it can cover funding needs, repay IMF loan
Varoufakis urges ´intelligent´ debt restructuring
Merkel wants ´good future´ in eurozone for Greece
Parliament will not vote on loan extension, says government
Eldorado Gold says Greece blocks work at Skouries mine
Eldorado Gold Corp., battling to develop a mine in Greece in the face of government opposition, said it was blocked from completing construction of a processing plant at the site. The compan...
Greece has ways to cover March funding needs, says ministry official
Greece has alternative ways to cover its funding needs for March, a finance ministry official told Reuters on Monday, without specifying the options at hand. Shut out of debt markets and fac...
Inside Business
SOCCER
Super League to seek way out of impasse
The Super League governing board is convening again on Monday in a bid to overcome the tensions that keeps building up in Greek soccer despite the suspension of action on the field over the ...
BASKETBALL
Spanoulis leads Olympiakos to win over Malaga
A good second half was enough for Olympiakos to get the better of Unicaja Malaga (77-72) and score its seventh win in eight games at the second group stage of the Euroleague on Friday. Playi...
Inside Sports
COMMENTARY
A unionist agenda
Maybe Greece will not experience a credit event, “because it is in no one’s interest,” as Minister of State for Coordinating Government Operations Alekos Flambouraris recently assured. Maybe...
EDITORIAL
The beguiling limelight
Too much media exposure is never a good thing and there is no shortage of newcomers in politics who are beguiled by the limelight. What usually comes after this thrall of publicity is the in...
Inside Comment
SPONSORED LINK: FinanzNachrichten.de
SPONSORED LINK: BestPrice.gr
 RECENT NEWS
1. Greece seeks to assure it can cover funding needs, repay IMF loan
2. Eldorado Gold says Greece blocks work at Skouries mine
3. Varoufakis urges ´intelligent´ debt restructuring
4. Merkel wants ´good future´ in eurozone for Greece
5. Greece has ways to cover March funding needs, says ministry official
6. Parliament will not vote on loan extension, says government
more news
Today
This Week
1. Greece to make international protest over Turkey reserving Aegean air space
2. Greek reforms could prompt bailout payment in March, says Dijsselbloem
3. Schaeuble urges Greece to implement reforms during extension
4. Next Greek aid deal will emerge in coming months, Moscovici says
5. EU Commission: seeking unity in EU after Spain, Portugal clash with Greece
6. ECB uncomfortable with leading role in Greek funding drama
Today
This Week
1. Time for Alexis Tsipras to keep his nerve
2. A fierce battle looms
3. Greece to make international protest over Turkey reserving Aegean air space
4. The ignorance of the West about the culture of Islam
5. SYRIZA feeling the pain
6. Spain said to lead push to hold Greece to terms as Podemos grows
   Find us ...
  ... on
Twitter
     ... on Facebook   
About us  |  Subscriptions  |  Advertising  |  Contact us  |  Athens Plus  |  RSS  |   
Copyright © 2015, H KAΘHMEPINH All Rights Reserved.