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Exclude NOW "Erimitis" & "Korission" biotopes, from the "Memorandum of Economic and Financial Policy" for Greece

Exclude NOW "Erimitis" & "Korission" biotopes, from the "Memorandum of Economic and Financial Policy" for Greece

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This petition has been created by EcoCorfu F. and may not represent the views of the Avaaz community.
EcoCorfu F.
started this petition to
Members of the Greek Parliament, , Corfu's representatives, members of the Greek Parliament: Mr Dendias, Mr Samoilis and Mrs Gerekou
Corfu's biotopes "Erimitis" at the north (Kassiopi) and
"Korission" sea lake, Natoura 2000, (Meliteieon) at the south of the island, are protected by important Greek and International Environmental laws.
The Economics’ and Financial Policies' memorandum, signed recently by the members of the Greek Parliament, includes the FORCING of the selling of thousants of square kms of these ecosystems, for Cimentised - touristic development.
This conflicts with the International laws for the protection of the biotopes, that have also been aprooved and signed by the Greek parliament, years ago. By signing this petition, we are asking the members of the Greek Parliament to cancel and disinclude the terms from the Financial Memorandum. They are there illegal, they pose a serious threat to the Environment and an even bigger threat for the entire Greece's economy, on the long run.
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