Greek Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras, along with the government Vice President and PASOK president, Evangelos Venizelos, denied the new measures and confirmed the fact that they will take into account the reforms, privatization and structural changes.
According to PASOK sources, regarding the single estate tax schedule which is in process by the Ministry of Finance and will be given for consultation to the Parliament,Venizelos said that it should be re-planned in order to be more essential and balanced.
The same sources indicated that all estimates show that at the end of 2013 there will be a primary surplus and in 2014 there will be no budgetary gap.
Furthermore, according to the same sources, the updated programming agreement of the government will be announced and presented before October 7.
Regarding the issue of the defense industry, Samaras and Venizelos agreed that Hellenic Defense Systems (EAS) and Hellenic Vehicle Industry (ELVO) are divided into military and political parts, adding that in regard to the military piece, the government will seek ways to help both its internal and external development.