Alexis Tsipras

19.08.2015

Grexit should be sooner rather than later

Grexit should be sooner rather than later

The context of the European Union As Humanists we aspire to a future in which all the peoples of the world integrate within a Universal Human Nation. In this sense we differentiate this process of integration that we call planetarisation from the one that has become known as globalisation; whereas… »

13.07.2015

The terrorists in suits and ties strike again

The terrorists in suits and ties strike again

The terrorists in suits and ties who in January showed such indignation for the atrocious Parisian attack by their Kalashnikov-wielding twins have struck again. If a terrorist is distinguished by the cruelty and absolute indifference for the consequences of their actions on others, how else can we call the band… »

12.07.2015

For Greece’s sake let’s hope Grexit is approaching.

For Greece’s sake let’s hope Grexit is approaching.

“A week is a long time in politics” said former UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson in the 1960s and, never was it truer than this week! Last Sunday the majority of Greeks were feeling proud and ecstatic that they had stood up to Berlin and said a loud OXI (no)… »

28.06.2015

Greek referendum: “The economy isn’t just a matter for experts”

Greek referendum: “The economy isn’t just a matter for experts”

Interview by Domenico Musella and Anna Polo.  The Greek translation of this article appears after the English version. Greece is permanently in the spotlight at the moment and the hashtag #greferendum is trending. We will go deeper into the issue with Marianella Kloka, member of the organisation World without Wars… »

27.06.2015

Greece to hold national referendum on debt deal – PM

Greece to hold national referendum on debt deal – PM

The Greek PM has announced a national referendum on July 5 on the conditions of the debt deal with international creditors. It’s up to the Greek people, Tsipras said, to make a fateful decision on the country’s sovereignty, independence and future. “These proposals, which clearly violate the European rules and… »

08.02.2015

Greece says, “Antio litotita!!” (Goodbye austerity)

Greece says, “Antio litotita!!”  (Goodbye austerity)

Austerity has been served notice to leave Greece with immediate effect. Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, addressed parliament today to outline a number of measures that seek to end the enormous suffering inflicted on the population over the five years of austerity imposed by the troika of institutions. Included in… »

29.01.2015

Greek PM halts privatization, markets tumble

Greek PM halts privatization, markets tumble

Greek Prime Minster Alexis Tsipras has openly challenged international creditors by stopping privatization plans agreed upon under the country’s bailout deal. During his first meeting with cabinet members on Wednesday, Tsipras said that they could not disappoint voters already battered by a drop in living standards caused by austerity measures. »

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