The image of the government is cracking with rapid pace, while New Democracy cannot get political advantage from the problems of government. Meanwhile, eight out of ten Greeks are worried about their pensions after the voted reforms.
The protest parade of thousands of people from the Communist Party of Greece ended. It started from Pedio to Areos square, passed through the center of Athens, through the parliament and continued to Omonya square, where it finished.
It sounds pretty bold plan to open up a gallery in the center of Athens during the throes of an economic crisis. But a young Greek woman, who has a gallery and a bookstore in Berlin is pretty optimistic. Elena Papadopoulou believes that the crisis will lead to a reassessment of the values, but in turn to help themselves the gallery owners may have to knock down a bit the already inflated prices.