Vice-speaker of the state Duma Nikolay Levichev (WED), explaining the results of the referendum in Greece, said that the country could become another victim of the " orange revolution ", the MP expressed the hope that the Greeks will have the wisdom to defend his government.
on Sunday's referendum in Greece over 61% of voters said " no " to requirements of European creditors, about 39% agreed to these demands. It was amid danger of bankruptcy of the country And its exit from the Eurozone, a week after the closure of local credit institutions after the termination of support from the ECB.
"It is clear that neither Brussels nor Washington is dissatisfied with the outcome of the referendum. As we know all too well that the authorities, the disagreeable And inconvenient, are able to be removed as a result of well-planned outside of the " popular uprising ". Let me remind you that the "orange revolution" began in the European Union: the first country was Yugoslavia, And only then were the revolutions in Georgia and Ukraine. Greece can take its place in this list, " said Fins news the MP.
along with this, He expressed the hope that the Greeks, in contrast from the Ukrainians, " will have the wisdom to defend his government, which is desperately fighting for the preservation of their level of life And national dignity ".
"The Greek people are tired of tales that tell European bureaucrats about their bright future: extend the debt, lower the standard of living of the inhabitants, And all will be well. Each new tranche of aid from The Troika had not decided, And, crystal clear, exacerbated the Greek debt crisis, " - said the Deputy.
He drew attention that the funds allocated under the first aid package to Greece, for real, And not hit, instantly by going to the accounts of the German And French investors.
"The pit, which was Greece, then became only deeper. All subsequent infusion did not stimulate economic growth, And patched holes in the budget with only one goal: to keep Greece afloat for a bit ", - said Levichev.
in his vision, the last round of negotiations demonstrated that the patience of the Greek authorities came to an end." European bureaucrats And their faithful ally, the IMF, Greece has helped, And very specific groups of investors, but at the expense of future generations of Greeks. And this game had to end, sooner or later, " He finished.
The Greek referendum attracted worldwide attention because its results have the opportunity to have a serious impact on the future of the EU And impact on the world economy. Read more