Demanding Justice in the Greek Recovery

After more than three years of dismal economic news regarding the Greek crisis, some are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’s coalition government has cohered remarkably well after the political paralysis in the months preceding his 2012 swearing-in, despite fierce competition between the New Democracy majority and radical leftist opposition party, Syriza. This relative stability appears to have inspired the confidence of the Troika, who gave Athens a “thumbs up” in their first progress report since releasing fresh aid in December to avoid bankruptcy. 

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