Under massive pressure from Germany and France, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has cancelled his plan for a referendum on the austerity measures demanded by the European Union: here. See also here.
This video is called The Greek dictatorship (Papadopoulos).
Forbes magazine, which bills itself as “Information for the World’s Business Leaders,” has published an article on its web site entitled “The real Greek solution: a military coup”: here.
Saving capitalism? The price could be democracy, says Richard Morris: here.
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou was fighting for his political life today as MPs prepared to hold a crucial confidence vote in his government: here.
Greece faces new uncertainties; its political leaders know the majority of Greeks do not support the EU rescue plan for its debt crisis which won’t relieve the pain of the austerity programme: here.
As capitalism faces the worst economic crisis since the1930s, the parties of the left are silent or embarrassed. At best, they promise to put the system right. More often, they advocate brutal austerity to prove their seriousness: here.
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