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SPECIAL REPORT 
GREEK ELECTIONS
 
 
 
 
 
 
Greeks to vote in Parliamantary elections - May withdrawal from EU ~ link ~

Greeks are going to polling stations on Sunday to elect a new parliament. The populist radical-leftist party Syriza has won the hearts of many austerity-ridden people with its message of reverting wages cuts and renegotiating debt obligations.

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras was forced to call a snap vote in December after the parliament failed to elect a president. His center-right New Democracy party is now running behind Syriza, with opinion polls showing a gap of several percentage points. 

Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras urged his voters to give his party an outright victory of 40 percent, which would allow him to form a government with no help from other parties. 



Greece at 'turning point' ~ link ~ This is the Greek peoples chance, provide that the election is not rigged, to tell the Globalists to 'GO TO HELL'.  Let's hope that they do so resoundingly!!!  Stirling 

Greece stood Saturday on the brink of a make-or-break general election that could sweep the anti-austerity Syriza party to power and set the country on a collision course with its international creditors. 



Anti-austerity party is likely to sweep the Greek elections ~ link 

Greece stood Saturday on the brink of a make-or-break general election that could sweep the anti-austerity Syriza party to power and set the country on a collision course with its international creditors.

Syriza wants to renegotiate Greece's massive 318 billion euro ($356 billion) debt and put an end to years of wage cuts and public spending reductions linked to an international bailout.




With Syriza leading by 7%, the Greek incumbents are using raw fear mongering ~ link

Left-wing anti-EU party Syriza has extended its lead over incumbent Nea Dimokratia (ND) to 7 percentage points in the polls ahead of tomorrow's crucial Greek election. As Keep Talking Greece reports, To Potami and Golden Dawn (the neo-Nazi party that is facing charges for being a "criminal organization") are running 3rd with 6-7% of the vote (Syriza 33.5%, ND 26.5%) and with 20% admitting they had changed their opinion about which party to vote for in the pre-election period, it appears ND incumbents have taken up the "Scotland" strategy - fearmongery. Speaking on Greek TV, just 48 hours before the elections, ND-candidate Sofia Voultepsi implied that if Syriza wins the elections and forms a government on Monday Greeks will run out of toilet paper... and with JPMorgan noting that deposit outflows hit EUR8bn last week (double the previous 2 weeks combined), the "bank run" could easily morph into Venezuelan "toilet paper runs."    



Greek elections: Party leaders in final vote drive ~ link 

Meanwhile, Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras said his party would restore "dignity" to Greece.
He wants to renegotiate Greece's debt and end the austerity measures imposed by an international bailout.
Greece has endured deep budget cuts tied to its massive bailout from the so-called troika - the EU, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European Central Bank (ECB).
- See more at: http://ngrguardiannews.com/news/world-news/195135-greek-elections-party-leaders-make-final-calls-for-votes#sthash.MXy80rkW.dpuf
Meanwhile, Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras said his party would restore "dignity" to Greece.
He wants to renegotiate Greece's debt and end the austerity measures imposed by an international bailout.
Greece has endured deep budget cuts tied to its massive bailout from the so-called troika - the EU, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European Central Bank (ECB).
- See more at: http://ngrguardiannews.com/news/world-news/195135-greek-elections-party-leaders-make-final-calls-for-votes#sthash.MXy80rkW.dpuf


 

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