The Interview

Greek labour minister outlines reforms guided by 'equality, social justice'

Back in July, marathon talks saw the Greek government secure an 86-billion-euro bailout deal and avoid an exit from the single currency. Now, the country's European lenders want to know that their terms and conditions are being met, ahead of a review which the Greeks hope will pave the way to talks on attacking the debt mountain that's crippled the country. So how far has the Greek government gone to put an end to the crisis?


Greece's Labour and Social Affairs Minister, Geórgios Katroúgalos, tells FRANCE 24's Chris Moore about the reforms under way.

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