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Feuding Greek leaders united by desire to avoid blame February 8, 2012

Posted by proeconomia in Fiscal policy, Main, News on Greece, On the crisis, Opinion.
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This is how Reuters sees things on our end. How far is it from reality? You be the judges! Here are two excerpts: “With the eyes of an impatient Europe on them, Greece’s feuding leaders are united by a desire to avoid blame for the harsh austerity required to save their country from a catastrophic default.” and “Some want to dump the internationally respected Papademos and revert to politics as usual as soon as the money is in the bank, while others want to keep him in office for tactical reasons.” Contrast this to what Mario Monti is saying in this article (in Greek)…Its a pity since the same problems plague both economies…

 

 

 

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