Greeks should operate a six-day working week for all sectors, international creditors said in a letter to the Greek government, a measure which forms part of a wider set of demands in return for aid to the country.
In the leaked letter, reported in the Guardian newspaper, the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund call for Athens to implement the measure as part of the bailout agreement with lenders.
According to the paper, the letter states that more flexibility must be implemented to work schedules, including working into the weekend by increasing the number of maximum working days to six.
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Creditors propose 6 day work week for Greece
Maybe the creditors would be even happier if first born children will be signed over to the creditors or would they prefer a country of indentured servants? Shameful.
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