An anti-austerity protester shouts at police officers outside the Greek parliament
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Anger mounts in Greece at austerity plans

Protests have been continuing in Greece at the country's planned austerity programme, which is meant to ensure it will secure its next bailout loan.

Unless the auditors are satisfied with Greek progress on reducing its deficit, the country will not get the next tranche of bailout funds and could default on its debt.

Meanwhile Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos is to hold a telephone conference with auditors from the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund.

The BBC's Daniel Griffiths reports.

  • 19 Sep 2011
  • From the section Europe
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