Greece hits deadlock over unity government
ATHENS: Greece was in political deadlock Saturday as the main opposition party resisted Prime Minister George Papandreou's efforts to form a unity government he said was vital to keep the country in the eurozone.
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#1 Nov 6, 2011
,,unity,, government = to rob together, to make more debts and to deepen own citizens in poverty. The only way for them, to save their country is get out of this euro and make own currency. Till debts will reach a few billions. 366 ooo ooo it is not such big tragedy. More such policy like till now - robbers from banks and anothzer concerns=a few billions debts.
If new elections-then voting only for parties, which are AGAINST euro and AGAINST plans of ruining of country in the name of saving money for bankers.
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