Skip to comments.Greek Parties Have Little Chance of Forming Government
Posted on 05/09/2012 9:08:59 PM PDT by jocon307
Now the worst case scenario has arrived: Greece threatens to become ungovernable. The situation after Sunday's election in Greece looks hopeless. No matter which coalition of parties one calculates, whether big or small, left or right wing, it is impossible to come up with a viable majority government.
The Greeks have once again defied their international partners. They have not been cowed by threats, advice or even the prospect of their own bankruptcy. It's unclear where this new twist in the endless Greek drama will take the country. For Greek voters, the priority was to punish those people who, in the eyes of most Greeks, are mainly to blame for the country's misery: the politicians.
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Should be good for tourism though. Lots of new ruins to see.
Yes, that’s true. And they’ve been working hard to shove the entire “Europe” project down the throats of the Europeans.
I don’t think it will happen now. It seems clear than in any “Nation of Europe” Germans will be more equal than others and I just can’t see that selling.
They should use this crisis to devolve. Getting rid of the Euro parliament would save a bunch of dough at least.
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