MONTREAL – Valeant Pharmaceuticals International, Inc. says it won’t return to growth for another year as it continues efforts to turnaround the business and further lower its massive debt.“We expect reported revenue to grow beginning in 2019 versus 2018, and for growth to accelerate as our new product launches take hold,” chief financial officer Paul Herendeen said Wednesday.The Quebec-based company said it expects revenues to grow four to six per cent annually through 2021 and adjusted EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) to grow at five to eight per cent annually.Valeant’s shares took a hit Wednesday, falling $2.74 or 11.54 per cent to $21.01 by the close of markets, after the company issued its 2018 guidance that was below analyst estimates.The company said it expects revenue of US$8.1 billion to US$8.3 billion and full-year adjusted EBITDA in the range of US$3.05 billion to US$3.2 billion.That’s down from US$8.72 billion in revenues and US$3.64 billion in EBITDA posted in 2017.Much of the decrease follows the sale of several companies, continued loss of patent exclusivity on some drugs and currency fluctuations.Chief executive Joseph Papa said he still believes that Valeant is a “turnaround of a lifetime.”“I do think it takes some time and we have to demonstrate the performance and what we’re trying to do right now,” he told analysts.Valeant cut its debt by 15 per cent in one year to US$25.7 billion.Since the first quarter of 2015, it has reduced total debt by more than US$6.7 billion, partially from the sale of non-core assets.With few further large sales of non-core assets available, industry analysts believe Valeant has to take further action to reduce its leverage.Valeant said it recently filed a shelf prospectus that raises the prospect of an equity raise, said Neil Maruoka of Canaccord Genuity.“We believe an equity raise is a strong possibility given the challenges of debt reduction through divestitures and the slow de-levering from operating cash flow and future EBITDA growth,” he said in a report.Reporting in U.S. dollars, Valeant said it earned $513 million or $1.45 per diluted share attributable to shareholders in its latest quarter, compared with a loss of $515 million or $1.47 per share a year ago.The profit was the highest since the fourth quarter of 2014, before its share price collapsed on allegations of improper conduct by former senior executives.“After working to stabilize the company, we’re now well into the second phase of the plan turnaround to where we’re taking steps to drive shareholder value,” Papa said during a conference call.Valeant said it launched more than 100 products last year while reducing the number of manufacturing sites by 23 per cent and discontinued more than 1,900 individual items.The company said it resolved 80 lawsuits and investigations from issues involving former executives. It said insurance policies should cover settlement costs and legal fees.On Wednesday, it announced the payment of $58 million to settle the Solodyn antitrust class action.On an adjusted basis, the company said it earned $347 million or 98 cents per diluted in the quarter. That’s in line with analyst forecasts but is down from $443 million in the fourth quarter of 2016.While it will continue to eye opportunities for more divestitures, Papa said Valeant spins off lots of cash, some of which will be used to further cut debt.Revenue for the three months ended Dec. 31 totalled $2.16 billion down 10 per cent from $2.4 billion a year earlier.Nine percentage points of the lower revenues came from sold assets.Follow @RossMarowits on Twitter.Companies in this story: (TSX:VRX)
Ashraf Qazi, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, welcomed the renewed commitment by the National Congress Party (NCP) and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) to respect the 22 July ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) on Abyei. The Court began deliberations earlier this year on the demarcation of Abyei, which is being contested by the NCP and the SPLM, the two signatories to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) which ended the 21-year north-south conflict in which at least 2 million people were killed and some 4.5 million more driven from their homes. Abyei is one of several outstanding issues related to the CPA, whose key benchmarks also include census results, border demarcation and preparations for a referendum on the final status of areas of southern Sudan. Mr. Qazi today said he is concerned over both confirmed and reported violations of the Abyei Roadmap Area by elements other than the Joint Integrated Units (JIU) and the Joint Integrated Police Units (JIPU). During the past two weeks, he said there have been confirmed reports of the presence of soldiers of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), as well as elements of the Southern Sudan Police Service, in the area. “This is a clear violation of the Abyei Roadmap Agreement and could lead to escalation and violence if it remained unchecked,” the envoy said. “All these armed groups must be immediately withdrawn to outside the area, and.. the international community [is] closely monitoring the situation in and around Abyei and expects all sides to behave in the most responsible manner in order to avoid violence.” The UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) must have full freedom of movement in the broader Abyei area, Mr. Qazi said, adding that restrictions on blue helmets, “particularly at this sensitive juncture, impede the Mission from discharging its mandate effectively.” Further, he said that the continued reports of forces and commanders in the area know to have taken part in the deadly 2008 clashes in Abyei, if confirmed, “could be particularly destructive.” The Representative stressed that the Abyei Roadmap Agreement requires that armed elements from both sides not only stay out of the Roadmap area but redeploy further afield. “Security in the area is to be provided only by JIU and JIPU, as they are the only mandated security bodies,” he said. Although UNMIS is boosting its own presence in the area, Mr. Qazi emphasized that civilian protection is primarily the Government’s responsibility. The Mission “will implement its mandated obligations towards civilians under imminent physical threat within its capabilities,” he said. “However, it is the duty of the political and military leadership of both parties to the [CPA] to ensure the integrity and effectiveness of the JIUs and JIPUs and to prevent unauthorized armed personnel from entering the Abyei area.” Yesterday, the Security Council called on the NCP and SPLM to abide by next week’s decision on Abyei, but voiced concern over the delay in implementation of some aspects of the CPA, “especially in regard to the preparations for the elections and the escalation of inter-communal violence,” according to a press statement. Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Alain Le Roy told reporters that UNMIS has reinforced its presence in Abyei to protect civilians in case of any incidents. “We all expect that the implementation of this outcome should be as peaceful as possible,” he added. In his recent report on UNMIS, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon noted that next year’s planned national elections are vital for the process of democratic transformation throughout the country, and stressed the importance of peaceful, transparent and credible polls. He added that escalating inter-tribal violence in Southern Sudan is jeopardizing the stability of the entire country, and key milestones in implementing the CPA. 18 July 2009The top United Nations envoy to Sudan today expressed concern over the presence of armed elements in the oil-rich town of Abyei, close to the boundary between the vast African nation’s north and south, ahead of next week’s decision to be rendered on the dispute over the area.
Hamilton police say new statistics released today show officers do not stop people for questioning based on race.This comes one month after a local anti-racism group called for an end to carding saying it disproportionately affects people of colour.“It is not ambiguous. 75-80% of the people who our officers interact with are white.” says Chief of Police Glenn De CaireNewly crunched data shows that between 2010 and 2014, most people stopped by police in hamilton were white.“This report doesn’t play out that we’re stopping people because of colour. That give me comfort.” says Llyod Ferguson of the Police service board.The report also shows police aren’t stopping people nearly as often. In 2011 there were almost 3000 street checks. In 2014, fewer than 200.“We’ve seen a decline in the numbers. That causes me concern. are we at a stage where our officers are inhibited from doing their core functions because of repercussions they feel may flow from it.”“I spoke about the tension. You’ve got the constitutional rights on one half, you’ve got the obligation of officers to go and ask questions that other people may not.” says Deputy Chief Eric Girt.Paralegal Prof Rochelle Dickenson agrees the balance is difficult. But her white friends don’t have to warn their children about being targeted because of skin colour.“My own husband, a grown man in a suit, has been pulled over, driving while black. It’s just a part of life, and it shouldn’t be. But it is so we have to prepare our children accordingly.”
PLANO, Texas — Pilot-union leaders at Southwest Airlines say it could be February or March before their airline resumes flights using the Boeing 737 Max.That’s much later than projected by either Southwest or Boeing.The union officials say the grounded plane’s return will take longer because of pilot-training needs, including possible changes to checklists pilots are expected to perform when something goes wrong with a plane.The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association leaders made the comments Monday at a meeting of pilot-union representatives from many passenger and cargo airlines.Boeing executives have said they expect the plane to fly again early in the fourth quarter, which starts this week. Southwest has set a Jan. 5 target for its return.The Max has been grounded since March after two crashes that kill 346 people.David Koenig, The Associated Press
“It is a time for important decisions in Afghanistan”, said Tasamichi Yamamoto, who heads the UN mission in the country (UNAMA). “These decisions will affect the fundamental fabric of the society and future of Afghanistan”, he added, referring to the parliamentary elections slated for 20 October – the first time since 2010 – and the 28 November ministerial conference in Geneva, co-chaired by the Afghan Government and the UN.Among the positive developments cited by the Special Representative, candidate lists were finalised on time for the printing of ballots, more than nine million Afghans are registered to vote, and various safeguard measures for fraud prevention are now in place.“I have met many Afghans across the country who have impressed upon me their desire to exercise their right to elect their representatives. Many will face considerable risks to do that,” he explained, stressing that while “preparations are on track” for the elections, he remains “very concerned” over security and political challenges that “could jeopardize the tight timelines and derail the elections”.“Political concerns must be addressed through institutional mechanisms and not through blockades”, the head of UNAMA noted, urging “all political actors and institutions to perform their duties, act responsibly, and to think of the Afghan people, bearing in mind the country’s bitter past”.The four-decade conflict continues to wreak destruction and death across the country. In July, UNAMA released figures highlighting the tragic toll the conflict has had on civilians, revealing that the first half of 2018 was the deadliest for Afghans since the Mission began documenting casualties in 2009. Insecurity is also taking its toll on journalists and aid workers. This year alone, 13 journalists have lost their lives and many more were injured; 23 aid workers were killed, 37 injured and 74 abducted, making Afghanistan the second most dangerous country to work in the aid sector.“Each death is an individual tragedy. But it is also a tragedy for the country: reconciliation becomes harder with each life lost.” The UN Special Representative stressed that “all sides must realize that there is no military solution to the conflict” and that “equal participation and full involvement of women” in all efforts towards peace and security must be ensured.In February, the country witnessed “unprecedented political space for peace” when the Government extended an offer to the Taliban to engage in talks without preconditions, leading to a temporary ceasefire in June and another one in August which was not reciprocated by the Taliban.“Whatever setbacks may lie ahead, we are in a better position now than at any time in the past 17 years to commence the process which would lead to talks for a negotiated end to the conflict”, Mr. Yamamoto said, proposing measures “to build confidence” such as prisoner releases and improvements on agriculture, education and health in contested areas.Mr. Yamamoto concluded: “In 2001, former Secretary-General Kofi Annan began his Nobel Peace Prize speech with a few simple words: ‘Today in Afghanistan a girl will be born’. That girl is now almost a woman, who soon, will be old enough to vote; old enough to attend university; old enough to pursue the vocation of her dreams. Will she be able to? I am sure that that girl will be watching closely the developments of the next few months.”
Ukraine : Shell va investir 800 millions de dollars dans les gaz de schisteHier, la présidence ukrainienne a annoncé que la compagnie anglo-néerlandaise Shell signerait prochainement un accord visant à investir environ 800 millions de dollars dans l’exploration et la production de gaz de schiste dans le pays.L’Ukraine est le pays européen qui doit avoir les plus grosses réserves de gaz de schiste bien qu’aucune estimation fiable n’ait jamais été réalisée, rapporte Sciences et Avenir. Ainsi, selon l’agence Interfax, le gouvernement ukrainien avait annoncé que le groupe Shell espérait pouvoir extraire de huit à dix milliards de mètres cubes de gaz de schiste chaque année depuis le gisement de Iouzovske, situé dans l’est du pays.À lire aussiExtraction du gaz de schiste : Quelle est la position du gouvernement ? La chose se confirme avec la signature, aujourd’hui, avec la société ukrainienne des hydrocarbures Naftogaz, d’un contrat de collaboration. “Il est prévu que 200 millions de dollars [138 millions d’euros] soient investis dans l’exploration et près de 600 millions de dollars [416 millions d’euros] dans la production” de gaz de schiste, a précisé aux journalistes le chef de l’administration présidentielle, Sergui Liovotchkine.L’Ukraine veut réduire ses achats de gaz Ce contrat tombe à point nommé pour l’Ukraine qui fait des efforts pour réduire sa consommation de gaz russe, jugé bien trop cher, et qui cherche de nouvelles sources d’énergie. Le Premier ministre, Mykola Azarov, a d’ailleurs déclaré qu’il ferait en sorte de remplacer le gaz par son charbon national et Naftogaz a officiellement annoncé au géant russe Gazprom qu’elle prévoyait de réduire ses achats de gaz en 2012 à 27 milliards de mètres cubes (contre 41 milliards cette année).En réaction, le patron de Gazprom, Alexeï Miller, a déclaré que le contrat en vigueur empêchait l’Ukraine de payer moins de 33 milliards de mètres cubes de gaz par an. “En 2012, Gazprom peut fournir à l’Ukraine 27 ou 26 ou 29 milliards de mètres cubes de gaz. Ou bien ne pas en livrer du tout si l’Ukraine le souhaite. Mais en tout cas, Naftogaz doit payer les livraisons d’au moins 33 milliards de mètres cubes. Telles sont les conditions dans le contrat en vigueur”, a-t-il insisté.Le 1 septembre 2011 à 19:24 • Maxime Lambert
WhatsApp Google+ Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Twitter Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Pinterest Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WWE Hall of Famer Nikolai Volkoff passed away on Sunday at the age of 70 after undergoing a hospital stay just days earlier for dehydration and other issues.Volkoff is most known for his time in the WWE from the 1970s to the 1990s, winning the WWE Tag Team Titles on multiple occasions, notably with fellow Hall of Famer The Iron Sheik at the first WrestleMania in 1985.Volkoff will go down as one of the most famous foreign villains in pro wrestling history with his Russian persona, although Volkoff (real name Josip Nikolai Peruzovi) wasn’t actually Russian and was Croatian.Volkoff was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2005 and last appeared for WWE in a backstage vignette with Rusev and Lana in 2014, singing the Russian National Anthem as he would famously do before his matches.On behalf of the staff at Wrestleview.com, we send out our condolences to the family and friends of Volkoff during this tough time.Source: PWInsider Facebook WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)
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LiquorReutersEveryone has the memory of singing the Alphabet which starts as “A for Apple, B for Ball”. However, a grandfather from Uttar Pradesh had a slightly different take on teaching the Alphabet to his grandchildren.In a YouTube video which has now gone viral, an old man is seen teaching his two minor grandchildren ‘A for alcohol and B for beedi’. To make matters worse, he also made the children drink alcohol and smoke beedis.The incident took place in the Bahadarpur area of Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh. The man had an audience – including the person filming the incident and another man sitting on the bed. The grandfather gave the two children plastic cups and poured beer in them. The man who was filming the incident told the children that they were drinking juice and had to finish the entire glass, reported IANS.The grandfather then lit a beedi, took a puff and passed it on to one child. He taught the child to hold the beedi with just one hand. The child took a puff and passed it to the other child as directed by the grandfather. The trio passed the beedi around and the grandfather told them to exhale the smoke.After this, the children, who were in an intoxicated state, can be seen extending their hands for a snack, which their grandfather gives to them. He made them hold the bottle in one hand, the alcohol glass in the other and placed the snack in the middle.The Aligarh police said that they have launched a probe in the matter and will register a case against the grandfather after the preliminary investigation is concluded.
To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share Pixabay Texans continue to seek health insurance through the Affordable Care Act even as President Donald Trump has renewed his goal to do away with the law.In the latest enrollment period, more than a million Texans signed up for health insurance through the ACA. And more than seven in ten of them had done so before, according to analysis from the Episcopal Health Foundation.Federal funds to programs designed to help consumers sign up for ACA coverage have been cut, a move EHF says led to a slight decline in enrollment for the 2019 period. That comes as the state remains one of 14 that have not expanded Medicaid through the law, which would provide further funds for low-income Texans to sign up for health insurance.In their latest opinion poll, EHF found 59 percent of Texans said state government is not doing enough to help low-income adults access health care.In the audio above, Elena Marks, the president and CEO of the Episcopal Health Foundation, joins Houston Matters to talk health insurance and the Trump administration’s latest plans for the ACA. X Listen 00:00 /06:31
Top Stories Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Iran’s oil and gas sector has been hit by an increasing number of attacks in recent months, prompting speculation that saboteurs may be at work. The facility produces oil derivatives including fuel.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – A fire has broken out at Iran’s biggest petrochemical complex, killing one and injuring 16 others.Governor Manoochehr Hayati in the southwestern city of Mahshahr says a gas leak at a supply line of the Imam Khomeini Petrochemical Complex was the cause of the fire. Hayati says four of those injured are in critical condition.Hayati says the fire was extinguished and that there has been no disruption of the facility’s operations. His remarks were carried by the semi-official Fars news agency. Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths The difference between men and women when it comes to pain Comments Share More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology How do cataracts affect your vision?
After Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis left, the 18 remaining ministers are to continue talks in an informal session to see what action to take to assure the continued stability of their shared currency.___5:25 p.m.The finance ministers of the eurozone have rejected a Greek request to extend the deadline of its bailout program until after a planned July 5 referendum.Two eurozone officials, who spoke only on condition of anonymity because the decision was not yet officially announced, said the finance ministers would continue meeting in an informal session without Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis.One official said there could not be an extension of the program now because there was no basis for cooperation. Many among the 19 eurozone ministers said that they were surprised and disappointed by the announcement of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to seek a referendum.___2:50 p.m.German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says that by calling for a referendum on the creditors’ proposals to keep Greece solvent — and by advising Greeks to reject them — the country appears to have ended the negotiations on its bailout program.Schaeuble said as he arrived at a meeting with other eurozone finance ministers that “the negotiations apparently have been declared at an end” by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Schaeuble said that “if I understood correctly … we now have no basis for further negotiations.” Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Once that’s done, “it requires financial support” from the international partners.___2:10 p.m.The eurozone’s top official, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, says that Greece has closed the door on further talks to end the standoff with its creditors because it called for a referendum on the proposals of the creditors, with an advice to reject it.He said before entering a eurozone finance ministers’ meeting Saturday: “I am very disappointed. After our last meeting, the door on our side was still open, but that door has closed on the Greek side.”Greece has a debt repayment on Tuesday it cannot afford and its bailout program expires the same day. To be able to hold a referendum on July 5, as it has called for the Greek government would need an extension to the bailout program from its creditors. It would also need continued support for its banks from the European Central Bank.___1:25 p.m.The Netherlands cautions against granting any more time to Greece, which faces a debt deadline on Tuesday, when it has a 1.6 billion euro ($1.8 billion) repayment to make and its bailout program expires.Dutch state secretary Eric Wiebes said before the start of a eurozone finance ministers’ meeting: “I see no reason for delay. The positions are very clear. We have known the deadline for four months.” He was looking forward to hear what his Greek counterpart Yanis Varoufakis would have to say about the latest developments. “We’ll see what he says. With Greece, apparently you must never rule out surprises,” Schaeuble said. “But to be honest, none of the colleagues I spoke to beforehand sees any possibility for what we can do now.”___2:35 p.m.Finland’s finance minister, Alexander Stubb, warns that Greece’s referendum announcement has forced eurozone nations to assess other options if the bailout talks fail.The referendum decision would require Greece’s creditors, which include eurozone states, to extend the country’s bailout program by a few days.He says that “there is pretty much a consensus inside the eurogroup that we cannot extend the program as it stands,” he said. “Consequently I would argue that Plan B becomes Plan A,” he said, without elaborating.(This item has been corrected to show that Stubb did not specify that the eurozone should discuss Greece’s exit from the euro.)___2:20 p.m.The EU’s economics and monetary affairs chief, Pierre Moscovici, says the differences between Greece and its creditors can be bridged, and he emphasizes the importance of Greece remaining in the 19-nation euro bloc. New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Dijsselbloem said there are options left in the coming days, before Greece’s bailout program expires after June 30 Greece holds a referendum on the bailout proposal on July 5.“The process has not ended. It will never end, probably, and we will continue to work with Greece,” Dijsselbloem said.___7:50 p.m.Finance Minister Michel Sapin says France is ready to immediately become a go-between between Greece and its international creditors to avoid a further collapse of the bailout negotiations and find a belated agreement.The finance ministers of the eurozone on Saturday refused to grant Greece a one-month extension to its bailout program, bringing Greece closer to being unable to make debt payments due as soon as Tuesday. Greece rejected a proposal from international creditors on reforms needed to keep bailout funds coming.“France is available today, tomorrow, the day after, as from the start, to be a go-between to find an agreement that is solid,” Sapin said. “I say it with conviction: France is today ready to make sure that at any time the dialogue can resume.”___6:10 p.m.Greece’s finance minister says there is still a chance his country could reach a bailout deal with creditors, despite the latest breakdown in talks. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Comments Share 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches He said displeasure increased when late Friday, “the Greek delegation left the table in the middle of negotiations when the prime minister decided on a referendum.”“Thirdly, and perhaps the most dramatic element, was the Greek announcement to advise its people to vote against the European package that was not even finalized.”Greece’s bailout program ends Tuesday. It had sought an extension to be able to have a referendum on July 5 on whether to accept the creditors’ bailout proposals, and recommended Greeks to vote against them.___9:15 p.m.The eurozone’s top official says the door remains open for more talks with Greece, even though the country’s government insisted that the international creditors had issued an ultimatum that forced it away from the negotiating table.Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the president of the eurogroup meetings of finance ministers, said “it was not the institutions that walked away from the last talks last night. It was not us that said the talks have come to an end in a negative way, it was the Greek government.”He spoke after 18 of the 19 finance ministers from the eurozone met, excluding Greece. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Fuest says that “only with capital controls from Monday can Greece be given time until July 5 to hold a referendum on the rescue program.”___11:50 a.m.Germany’s vice chancellor says that a Greek referendum on the bailout talks could in principle make sense, but notes that it should be clear to voters what they will be deciding on.Sigmar Gabriel told Deutschlandfunk radio: “We would be well-advised not simply to push this proposal from Mr. Tsipras aside and say that it’s a trick. If the questions are clear — if it’s really clear that they are voting on a program that has been negotiated, it could make sense.”The agenda of the Greek Parliament showed the referendum would be on a proposal of reforms that creditors offered to Greece on Thursday. Should Greeks reject the proposal, it is unclear what Greece’s options would then be.Gabriel added: “There must be a clear program. And what he (Tsipras) would like — for Europe to send 20 or 30 billion in aid programs to Greece, but without any conditions — Europe cannot accept.”He said that “Europe is offering a great deal” and that “many of the tough measures that were being debated at the beginning are off the table.” Tsipras called for the ND lawmakers to return so the debate could be concluded and the vote held. It was unclear, however, whether they would return.___9:45 p.m.Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael Noonan says he is confident that the euro currency will stand strong despite the setback with Greece.He says the eurozone nations’ “assessment was that we are in a much better situation than we were following the collapse of Lehman Brothers, when Europe was ill-prepared.”He adds that “there’s no level of anxiety” among the euro partners.But Noonan was concerned about developments in Greece, where people are queuing at banks and fuel stations.“It’s not I think a question of waiting to see what might happen on Monday in terms of crisis — the crisis has commenced,” he told reporters as he left a eurozone meeting.___9:40 p.m.In the end, Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna said Greece gave the other eurozone ministers no choice but to vote against extending the bailout program for Greece, a move which sent Athens toward an uncertain financial future.Gramegna said that “the Greek decision to so suddenly announce a referendum without warning its partners has not only surprised everyone but also shocked confidence.” He spoke after two eurozone finance ministers’ meetings, one with Greece and one without it. Eurozone finance ministers on Saturday rejected Greece’s request for an extension to its bailout program so that it could put the creditors’ bailout proposals to a popular vote July 5. Greece’s bailout program expires on Tuesday and it is unclear whether it can support its banks after that date without a deal with creditors.Yanis Varoufakis says the eurozone finance ministers would continue their meeting without Greece on Saturday night to evaluate the consequences of the recent decisions.He told reporters, however, that there is still the “possibility of negotiating through the day and through the night and through the day ahead of us in the coming days to improve the agreement.”___5:40 p.m.The eurozone’s top official, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, says the bailout program for Greece will expire on Tuesday. The country had requested an extension so that it can hold a referendum July 5 on the reform program demanded by creditors.Without a bailout program, it is uncertain whether Greece will be able to continue to receive emergency support for its banks.Dijsselbloem said Saturday at the end of a eurozone finance ministers’ meeting that “however regretful, the program will expire on Tuesday night. That is the latest stage we could have reached an agreement, and it will expire on Tuesday night.” Top Stories Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras leaves the Maximos Mansion after he announced the referendum in a televised address in central Athens, early Saturday, June 27, 2015. Greece’s fraught bailout talks with its creditors took a dramatic turn early Saturday, with the radical left government announcing a referendum in just over a week on the latest proposed deal – and urging voters to reject it. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias) ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news about the Greek bailout talks (all times local):2:53 a.m.Greece’s parliament has voted in favor of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ motion to hold a referendum on the country’s creditor proposals for reforms in exchange for loans. Tsipras and his coalition government have urged people to vote against the deal, throwing into question the country’s financial future. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called for a referendum on the creditor’s bailout proposal on July 5, well after the country’s debt deadline. He even advised Greeks to not accept the proposal, leaving it unclear what the country’s prospects would be in such a case.Wiebes stressed that those involved in the talks must “consider a deadline as a deadline.”___1:15 p.m.The head of a major German economic think-tank says the only way Greece could stay in the eurozone if Greeks reject reform conditions in a popular vote next week would be for creditors to agree to debt relief and Greek banks to be rescued without outside help — largely by customers forfeiting part of their deposits.Clemens Fuest of the Center for European Economic Research says that “that is not practically workable.”As Greeks withdraw money from cash machines, the banks are under increasing financial strain. So far, the European Central Bank is supporting the Greek banks by allowing them to draw on emergency credit.Fuest says that, unless Greece puts limits on money withdrawals and transfers, the ECB will face the choice on Monday of accepting the collapse of Greek banks or further expanding the emergency credit. He pointed to EU efforts to invest in growth, softening the previous focus on austerity.___11:30 a.m.The Greek Parliament will open a debate at noon local time on whether or not to approve the government’s planned referendum on the creditors’ latest proposal for a bailout.The Parliament has posted Saturday’s agenda on its website, saying it will vote on the referendum at about 7 p.m.It says the July 5 referendum announced by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras late Friday will be on whether voters approve or reject the bailout proposal submitted by Greece’s creditors Thursday.The proposal, according to Parliament’s agenda, is made up of two documents: one called “Reforms for the completion of the Current Program and Beyond” and another called “Preliminary debt sustainability analysis.”Aside for the issue of making these documents accessible to all voters, the Parliament must also deal with a likely contingency of creditors withdrawing those proposals at the Eurogroup meeting later Saturday.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. How do cataracts affect your vision? ___0:46 a.m.Greece’s main opposition New Democracy party has returned to parliament and the session has resumed to discuss the prime minister’s call for a referendum on reform proposals suggested by the country’s international creditors.The Greek parliament is to vote on whether to accept Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ call for a referendum on June 5. The proposal is expected to pass as the coalition government of Tsipras’ radical left Syriza party and a small nationalist party holds 162 seats.___0:10 a.m.Greece’s main opposition New Democracy party has walked out of parliament during a tumultuous debate on the prime minister’s call for a referendum on creditors’ reform proposals, over a dispute with the parliament speaker.The country’s 300 lawmakers are to vote on whether to accept Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ call for a referendum on June 5. The proposal needs 151 votes and it is expected to pass as the coalition government of Tsipras’ radical left Syriza party and a small nationalist party holds 162 seats.New Democracy head Antonis Samaras walked out during the heated debate after a bitter dispute with parliament speaker Zoi Konstantopoulou, whom he accused of violating parliamentary procedures. Konstantopoulou is a Syriza lawmaker, and has frequently been criticized for not remaining impartial in debates as her role requires. He said before a eurozone finance ministers’ meeting Saturday that “proposals are on the table. These proposals are favorable to Greece, favorable to the Greek people.”The Greek government has called for a referendum to be held in a week on the creditors’ proposals for reforms in exchange for loans. It has urged the people to vote against the deal, leaving open what would happen to the country in such a case.Moscovici added: “I see that there are differences, but the differences are quite limited, and they are identified.”“The place of Greece is in the eurozone and we are working on that.”___2:15 p.m.The head of the International Monetary Fund says that Greece’s rescue creditors “will continue to work” for a deal to save the country — even though Athens called for a referendum and advised Greeks to reject the proposals of international creditors.Christine Lagarde says that the creditors “always showed flexibility to adjust to the new political and economic situation in Greece,” thus rejecting claims from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that his country was facing an ultimatum.But Lagarde insists Greece needs to do more. “It requires a balanced approach, on the one hand there has to be structural reforms, deep ones, to change the Greek economy, to make it more productive, more efficient so that it generates growth and jobs.” The vote is to be held next Sunday, June 5. It has raised the question of whether Greece can remain in Europe’s joint currency, the euro. Many Greeks alarmed by the announcement for the referendum early Saturday morning formed queues at ATM machines, putting a further strain on banking deposits.——01:49 a.m.Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has once more urged Greeks to vote against creditor proposals for reforms in exchange for loans in a referendum he has called for next week.Parliament is now to vote on his motion for a referendum to be held. It is expected to pass, as his coalition government holds a majority of 162 seats in the 300-member parliament.Speaking in parliament, Tsipras said the reforms proposed by Greece’s creditor institutions — the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission, were an ultimatum and an insult.“We exhausted every limit of concessions so there could be an agreement,” Tsipras said. “Perhaps some saw that as a weakness.”He said the Greek people would vote against a deal on June 5.“This no will also be a big yes, a big yes to the decision of the Greek government to reject an ultimatum that insults the Greek people.”
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