Sunday, September 9, 2012

Unbefucknlievable Hungary Unfriends IMF on Faecesbook

Hungarian prime minister uses Facebook page to ‘unfriend’ {is that even a word...}IMF, rejects alleged loan conditions

By Associated Press, Published: September 6

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary’s prime minister has long had a testy relationship with the International Monetary Fund — and on Thursday he used Facebook to unfriend the agency and reject its allegedly tough loan conditions.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a video message on his official Facebook page that Hungary could not accept pension cuts, the elimination of a bank tax, fewer public employees and other conditions in exchange for an IMF loan that other officials have said could be about €15 billion ($18.9 billion).
The IMF’s list of conditions, Orban said, “contains everything that is not in Hungary’s interests.”
Orban’s announcement took the markets by surprise, in part because just a day earlier he had said loan negotiations with the IMF and the European Union were going according to schedule and both sides were willing to reach an agreement.        read on...

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