Europe crisis gets a respite as Greece swears in a new government
Greece swore in conservative politician Antonis Samaras as prime minister on Wednesday, ending a six-week government crisis and offering a rare respite for the nation and the beleaguered euro currency zone - even if it didn't address the underlying causes of Europe's economic slide.
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#1 Jun 21, 2012
I rememeber when the Merkel Regime and the Germanic Press and Media called it the Greek Crisis as if to accentuate the emphasis on Greece and lazy Greeks.
Sudenly...It has become a European Crisis!
That 1 Month delay...to elect a new Greek government really bought it home to roost, that Greece was cast as the problem to shield Spain and Italy.
The Merkel Regime No longer talks of a Greek Crisis but a European one...something the Greeks were saying from day one.
Maybe now the Crisis can be dealt with at the European level instead at the lazy Greek level!
What damage though...not only to Greece and the Greeks but to European Solidarity!
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