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Exempt, but still tied up

The last government with an absolute majority in Greece, it gave before the start of the financial crisis. The socialist George Papandreou had won the election

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Exempt, but still tied up

The last government with an absolute majority in Greece, it gave before the start of the financial crisis. The socialist George Papandreou had won the election in October 2009 with the promise that There will be money. Shortly thereafter, he admitted that his country is standing on the precipice and practically broke.

Now, ten years later, has again won the party an absolute majority in Greece, this time it is the Conservatives. The fact that you, such a clear victory, and succeeded, shows that many people would leave the crisis years of the loved one and return to something like normality of your choice. That Alexis Tsipras has now been punished, has a lot to do with the accumulated dissatisfaction over the long Years of saving and Famine to. You have the everyday life of many Greeks made a permanent struggle for Survival. But Tsipras’ party has caught since the European elections, even slightly, and the result gives the Left the order to form a strong Opposition.

The new conservative head of the government, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, there is a big responsibility. He wants to do the country some Good, then he should not only reduce taxes, but also the political polarisation that poisoned the climate in Greece last.

Since last August, Greece is no longer the whipping boy of the lender and the new government is the first that takes a "liberated" country, such as the crisis Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called the has. But you are not. Because lenders have created in Athens for the next few years still tight shackles. The country needs to generate a large budget surplus of 3.5 per cent. The without significant economic growth, not create it.

the high taxes, though. So the cat bites its own tail. If the lender Athens does not open the extra room for manoeuvre will also disappoint the new government, the hopes for a noticeable boost. Greece remains on the well-being of the EU depends.

(editing Tamedia)

Created: 07.07.2019, 21:16 PM

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