Greek debt crises: The European Stability Mechanism money started flowing – to creditors, not to Greece

Greek debt crises: The European Stability Mechanism money started flowing – to creditors, not to Greece 8 September by Bodo Ellmers The Greek bailout saga entered a new round as the first tranches of the new loan package were disbursed. The €86 billion programme will be funded by the European Stability Mechanism (ESM). The International…

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In the face of barbarity: solidarity. The social clinics in Greece

The greek health´s system has been collapsed. Under the Troika´s direction and the government complicity are many the medical centers, departments and hospitals that have been closed or united, and the huge cut in the public hospitals funding it´s inducing to severe basic lacks. Every time are more the excluded from public medical coverage, with…

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#Greece: Crisis, Democracy, and the Euro

Source:  http://ilesxi.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/crisis-democracy-and-the-euro/ Τhree years after submitting to the Troika Memorandum, Greece is falling apart. GDP has contracted more than 21% according to IMF calculations, and it is expected to dive another 6% in 2013. Never in world economic history, since statistics began, was such a fall of production recorded without being preceded by a war…

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The decision by Eurogroup is nothing short of economic plundering and destruction for Cyprus. It must be rejected!

The Eurogroup’s decision to confiscate 6.75% of deposits in accounts up to 100,000 euros and 9.99% for sums over 100,000 is a decision destructive to Cyprus’ future and manifests an attack on the current situation of thousands of Cypriots. It is a decision which: •    Is harmful to small depositors •   Aims to wipe Cyprus…

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