“Anti-bailout parties” still commanded a majority of the votes.
85% of Greeks want to stay in the Eurozone
29.7% Samaras’s Conservative New Democracy party
27.0% SYRIZA with Alexis Tsipras the 37-year-old leader – jubilant with their share
52.0% of Greeks cast ballots against the terms of the international BaiIout deal.
40.0% of Greeks are for the BaiIout deal
12.3% for 0LD PASOK (CRlME RlDDEN Evangelos Venizelos) PARTY Pro-BaiIout!
150,000 civil servants must be FlRED
11 Billion Euros in CUTS this month
BANKSTERS and SPECULATORS will buy a swathe of state-owned companies
Increased tax collection
5% Shrinkage of Greek economy in 2012
7% Shrinkage of Greek economy in 2011
Harsh austerity measures will make ECONOMY WORSE.
“My biggest fear is of a social explosion. If there is no change in the policy mix, we’re going to have a social explosion even if you bring Jesus Christ to govern this country.”
– Senior Adviser to Antonis Samaras.
“From Monday we will continue the fight…the next government after this one will be a left government.”
– Alexis Tsipras the 37-year-old leader of SYRlZA
New Democracy’s Samaras must form a coalition charged with implementing highly unpopular spending cuts and privatization, while the economy nosedives.
The new conservative government would have the people of Greece against it from the outset. “Our dream of European union was very different. It was a union of countries and peoples, not a union to serve banks and not a Fourth German RElCH…Our country is under occupation. How would you feel if they sent a GauIeiter to run your country and tell you what to do?”
– Stathis Stavropoulos, a newspaper cartoonist
“What is there for us to celebrate? Our country is in such a deep crisis.”
- Philip Taylor