Athens, May 04, 2015/ Independent Balkan News Agency
By Spiros Sideris
The need for the country to move to an alternative to the Memoranda, austerity and neoliberalism, with a progressive and independent course and a new horizon of socialism over the failed recipes of the “existing”, said in an interview with the newspaper “Kathimerini”, Panagiotis Lafazanis. The Minister of Productive Reconstruction, Environment and Energy stresses that “Greece cannot continue to walk with disastrous doctrines nor with alarmism and the terrorism of an one way street and the supposed protection offered by foreign trusteeships, under which it experienced national and economic tragedies”.
Lafazanis notes that “at this time Greece not only needs some red lines that will ensure some critical achievements, although this is necessary as well”, but “urgently needs a positive and very consistent progressive program-package, which will place priority to the reduction of the debt, provide strong liquidity to the economy and development in a productive orientation”.
Manios: “In 15 days we will have a credit event”
Warning shots to lenders for a possible accident, with Greece as its epicenter and impact on the Eurozone and the rest of the world, unleash the final hours government and party leaders of SYRIZA, while negotiations in Brussels seems to have come to an impasse, according to SKAI television.
“If the Europeans do not back down in 15 days, we will have a credit event”, warned Sunday through SKAI television, the SYRIZA MP Nicos Manias.
“I froze with the 15-day credit event of Mr. Manias”, said the MP of The River, Christina Tachiaou.