Greece and the Euro

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Greece and the Euro

Postby Gunmoney » Tue 14 Feb 2012, 19:31

Nice to see democracy is alive and well in Europe. :roll:

The latest 130bn-euro bailout ($169.5bn, £108.7bn) was agreed in principle by EU leaders in October, conditional on Greece adopting further measures to cut its deficit and restructure its economy.

On Sunday, Greek MPs approved extra cutbacks, but parties had to expel more than 40 deputies for failing to back the bill. :evil:

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Re: Greece and the Euro

Postby numizmatik » Wed 15 Feb 2012, 06:23

Im Westen nichts Neues.
Na zahodu nič novega.

Sorry, but english translation is not as good as these. I mean that these are very typical processes for our type of (in?)direct democracy in general.