If I vote YES, I will hand over democracy, the balance of power, our history to one single man and a few oligarchs. If I vote NO, the country will not change, there will still be 945 members in Parliament – it’s the second biggest parliament in Europe with regard to the number of MPs after the UK (577 in France and 699 in Germany) and the most expensive. So, we will be stuck with a long and difficult legislative process. Read more "The Italian dilemma"
From the Commission’s spokesperson to the president of Eurogroup himself, a crowd of EU officials have been trying to block Greek judges from doing their jobs. As for the new privatization fund, board members and experts, from top to bottom, can commit crimes as they please: By law, no judge can investigate them, no court can try them. Read more "How Brussels is obstructing the prosecution of corruption cases in Greece"