Barricaded and heavily guarded from the very people they are supposed to serve, Greek politicians cower inside a "berlin-wall"-like reinforced Parliament building.
to be realistic, even in the event of an election and the formation of a new government from the current opposition party/ies it would basically still be a "reshuffling", same old politicians and names that have been plaguing the greek political system in the past two decades...
Thanks a lot, guys!@Mike: The reshuffling was the culmination of a thriller of a day when amidst the protests, the leaks and rumours were talking about the formation of a "coalition goverment" of both big parties, with the Prime Minister stepping down. Which means that yeah, they ARE crapping their pants. But since the talks took place between the same guys that got us into this mess, the result was a boring old "reshuffling", and not even a grand one at that: all the fuss was for replacing the minister of economics. Tomorrow there is a scheduled sitting demonstration outside the Parliament again, during the official appointment of said goverment. Stay tuned for more heat from Athens ;-)
Well done, Spiros!
I saw in the news recently where Greece has "reshuffled" its Cabinet -- which, of course, in the lingo of US media means, "the government is crapping its pants".
Man, I just love it when they "reshuffle"... don't you?
Very, very good! Congatulations Spiros.
Χαχαχα!!! Πολύ καλό!
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