Esquerda radical quer nacionalizar bancos e rasgar acordo com ‘troika’

Uma colecção de artigos recentes sobre os eventos na Grécia, o título deste post é dos meus  “Headlines” favoritos, cortesia do Económico:

Esquerda radical quer nacionalizar bancos e rasgar acordo com ‘troika’

Extrema-esquerda grega diz que acordo com a troika é nulo

Syriza: “É óbvio que o veredicto popular torna nulo o acordo de resgate”

Grécia: Syriza impõe condições radicais para formar governo

“Veredito do povo exclui governo que aplique memorando”

Greek leftist leader lays out radical agenda

Leftist sets tough conditions for Greek government

Greek Pro-Bailout Leaders Told by Syriza to Revoke Aid Pledges

OK, no memorandum, but what then?

IIF: Pace of Greek budget cuts could be moderated

‘Germans Won’t Pay for Greece’s Vacation from Reality’

Greek Leaders Given Bailout Ultimatum as Syriza Begins Talks

The New Greek Extremism

German Stocks Fall on Greek Impasse; BMW, Munich Re Drop

El líder de la izquierda radical intenta formar Gobierno en Grecia

Grecia se convierte en un puzzle político casi imposible de encajar

‘Levantaos, mostrad respeto al líder’ (revelador acerca dos Nazis Gregos…)

Grèce : Tsipras exclut un gouvernement de coalition soutenant l’austérité

The Greek Solution

Election results nibble away at eurozone credibility

Greece Threatens To Destroy Euro, France’s Hollande Rejects AusterityAlexis Tsipras, has broken the pro-Europe control of the country’s major parties.  Tsipras has threatened the rest of Europe, saying “this crisis isn’t just Greek, it’s European […], there will either be a collective, sustainable and fair European solution to the public debt issue or it will collectively fall apart,”

Economists said that without a government in Athens, the bail-out was essentially on hold. A quarterly visit scheduled for next week by officials from the International Monetary Fund to inspect compliance with the bailout’s terms is expected to be postponed.

“The numbers for a leftist coalition don’t add up this time around, so yes, we are looking towards the next election. There is nothing wrong with that,” a Syriza official said.

Given these dynamics, elections in June and a victory for SYRIZA and the anti-memorandum block seem almost certain.

 “But if, as looks likely, there are repeat elections, Syriza might even emerge with a better result as the first party.”

(já agora em França)  François Hollande bloqueia preço dos combustíveis

Actualizações “ao minuto”:

Eurozone crisis live: Bailout pledges ‘null and void’ says Syriza leader

Elections 2012: Live news blog, May 8

Debt crisis: live

Alguns balanços das eleições e análises:

Várias posições (BE, KKE, Syriza…)

Greek elections: If the Left were united they could have won (I)

Grécia: hecatombe dos partidos da troika e necessidade de governo das esquerdas

Grécia: o fim do centro?

Alternativa grega

A POUCA IMPORTÂNCIA DESTAS ELEIÇÕES (pois… convém reler isto e isto)

Deal or no deal? A leading Syriza activist’s thoughts on coalition and the left

Elections in Greece and France herald fresh social conflicts

People of Greece Shake Europe

Time to speak frankly

Greek election: The austerity parties have collapsed. This is the moment of truth for the left

Greek vote proves disaster for ruling class

THE GREEK CAULDRON (dá um certo enquadramento, é do final de 2011)

 

PS – Só não coloco a posição do PCP acerca dos resultados eleitorais e o novo cenário  político na Grécia porque não a encontrei… 

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