EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

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EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

The sell rate of a US Dollar and a Euro, during top, is displayed in a window of a banking sell bureau in Berlin, Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. The euro sank to a nine-year low Monday as new doubts flush about Greece’s joining to a common banking bloc. European bonds mostly rose while Asian markets were mixed. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

Greece’s categorical antithesis Syriza celebration personality Alexis Tsipras addresses his party’s Congress in Athens on Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015. The Congress was convened to finalize a party’s claimant lists for a arriving Jan. 25 inhabitant elections, that Syriza is adored to win. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

Greece’s categorical antithesis Syriza celebration personality Alexis Tsipras addresses his party’s Congress in Athens on Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015. The Congress was convened to finalize a party’s claimant lists for a arriving Jan. 25 inhabitant elections, that Syriza is adored to win. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

A male male queues during an sell bureau in a core of Brussels on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. The euro sank to a nine-year low Monday as new doubts flush about Greece’s joining to a common banking bloc. European bonds mostly rose while Asian markets were mixed. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou speaks to supporters in front of his new celebration Logo in Athens, on Saturday Jan. 3, 2015. Papandreou announced a arrangement of a new party, a Movement of Democrat Socialists, that will competition a Jan. 25 election.(AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)

EU calls euro membership 'irrevocable' though renegotiable

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

French President Francois Hollande folds his arms as he prepares to answer reporters questions during a live talk on French radio hire France Inter in Paris Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. (AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere/Pool)



Posted: Monday, Jan 5, 2015 9:25 am
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Updated: 1:03 pm, Mon Jan 5, 2015.

EU calls euro membership ‘irrevocable’ though renegotiable

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BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s executive Commission pronounced Monday that membership in a euro confederation is “irrevocable” though left it open to what border Greece could renegotiate a terms after elections on Jan. 25.

Greece’s severe Syriza celebration leads a polls forward of a elections and is in preference of changing a conditions of a country’s general bailout deal. That would expected annoy a rest of a eurozone, that has given Athens a bulk of a rescue loans.

Some contend a feud could even lead to Greece withdrawal a eurozone, a step that would lift outrageous doubt for a republic and a banking bloc.

EU mouthpiece Annika Breidthardt pronounced Monday that if a Greek elections call for a need to recur a conditions of Athens’ membership within a 19-country eurozone, “we will understanding with that once a Greek electorate have expel their verdict.”

At a same time, she insisted that a full exit by Greece was not on a cards given a euro manners contend “membership is irrevocable.”

Syriza underscored it has no goal of pulling Greece out of a eurozone. It accuses Prime Minister Antonis Samaras of scaring a republic about a implications of a Syriza electoral win.

In Berlin, supervision orator Steffen Seibert countered reports that Germany would now be peaceful to accept Greece’s exit from a eurozone, insisting that “since a commencement it has been a process of a supervision to strengthen a eurozone including Greece.”

“This has not changed,” Seibert said.

Germany has warned Greece opposite reneging on a terms of a bailout module should Syriza come to power.

In Paris, President Francois Hollande pronounced that whatever leaders emerge from a Jan. 25 elections, they “will have to honour a commitments done by their country.”

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Elena Becatoros from Athens, Kirsten Grieshaber from Berlin and Angela Charlton from Paris contributed to this article.

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Raf Casert can be followed on Twitter during http://www.twitter.com/rcasert


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