If the government had not adopted the second bailout agreement on Sunday, 12 February, Greece would not go bankrupt, nor would it leave the eurozone, said the former Minister of Economy and later Minister of Employment Louka Katseli.
The shift in layers in the political situation in Greece suggests uncertainty about the future. Although today about 70% of parliament supports the introduction of the new austerity measures, after the elections, the parties that are against the financial aid may be a majority.
The behaviour of the Greeks in Bulgaria was humiliating and possibly some need to apologize for that. But it is not right to go from worshiping any Greek nonsense to get to the negation of everything that is Greek. The failure of Greece will not be beneficial to anyone in the Balkans, says the sociologist George Siakandaris in an interview with Anastasia Balezdrova.