This video from Greece says about itself:
5 July 2015
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
[Dutch Finance] minister Dijsselbloem must resign as chairman of the Eurogroup. That says Socialist Party leader [Emile] Roemer. In the NOS Radio 1 news Roemer said Dijsselbloem has failed in the negotiations with Greece.
“It is almost impossible for him to still sit at the table there,” Roemer said. “He has imposed tough, right-wing austerity policies on Greece, which are economically, but also socially irresponsible.”
“It seems that now an agreement should be reached soon. From Greece there are now other people at the table. It would be good if this would happen at the European side as well.”
To boost the Greek economy, according to Roemer, there should be no more cuts. “For small and medium-sized businesses to get going again money must first be earned again. Only then will we have any chance we get our money back.”
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Labour Party Leadership candidate tonight called on the European Commission to end the human suffering in Greece. He also wants the Syriza government to be given time to be able to rebuild their economy not be subjected to a financially imposed regime change. “Democracy has spoken in Greece. The people must rule, not the financial markets,” said Jeremy: here.
Following the “no” vote in Greece’s referendum on European Union (EU) austerity Sunday, the political situation within the country remains extremely tense. Press reports have emerged concerning a plan drawn up prior to the vote, code-named “Operation Nemesis,” to deploy the army alongside riot police to crush social protest: here.