On April 11, Greece will be under a new set of checks and balancing requirements.
As a result, the government will no longer be able to shut down the country’s economy or force people out of work.
The changes will take effect immediately.
Here’s a look at what you need to know:What are the changes?
The rules are fairly straightforward:The government will have a set of measures it can use to restrict and limit what people can do.
This could be a law, a regulation, or a court order.
It could also require that people do certain things, like pay taxes, submit to certain inspections, and take certain tests.
The government can’t impose a new limit on any of these measures.
In most cases, it will have to go through the process of approving them before it can put them in place.
The main changes are the following:If you work as a private contractor or private employee, you will be required to register with the government, and will have certain benefits such as healthcare and other benefits.
The government will also be able inspect your home.
However, you’ll still be able do your job as a public official if you are a member of the Greek public service.
These benefits will be subject to the same rules as the public sector, including notifying you of any new regulations.
If you’re an employee, the new rules will apply to your job but won’t apply to a contract.
The new rules won’t affect your job status as a full-time employee.
The new rules also affect how you can collect your income.
For example, you may no longer have to pay tax on your employer’s wages, but you will have more flexibility in paying taxes on your own.
You can still be required by the government to get a medical certificate from a doctor, or you can still have to undergo a checkup by a nurse.
The rules will also allow for you to refuse to work and remain in a position that is deemed unsafe, such as the role of a police officer or firefighter.
This article originally appeared on CBS News.