Toward a government that will break with the Troika?
On the eve of the elections on May 6, 2012, Germany's Minister of Finance, Wolfgang Schäuble, called on Greeks to elect a majority "that respects the commitments made to international creditors by the present coalition government " [<a href="http://www.internationalviewpoint.org/#nb1" name="nh1" id="nh1" class="spip_note" title=' In effect, a call to vote for the centre-left PASOK or the centre-right (...)' >1</a>].He was wasting his breath, since more than 65 per cent of Greeks voted against the diktats of the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. A new period opened on May 6 in Athens. To discuss it, we interviewed Dimitris Hilaris of the organization OKDE-Spartakos, which is part of the Antarsya coalition.
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