Athens, November 27, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Spiros Sideris
“Nobody has the right to rejoice, but no one has the right not to recognize that today we have a government with a road map to exit from the crisis, no matter how the situation will evolve”, said among other things, speaking in committee Economic Affairs Committee on the Budget, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos.
He referred to the completion of the evaluation, the recapitalization of banks and the restructuring of debt “that will give us the time to present the 2016 development plan that will get us out of the crisis with our own policies”.
He argued that not only Greece but the entire eurozone is in this situation because of the economic and financial architecture applied and which he likened to the wall.
“Who built this wall?”, He wondered to emphasize that “this wall has to change”.
He finally criticized the opposition for being possessed by provincialism and does not interfere in Europe to change this architecture.
Referring to the European Left, he argued that a strategy should be formulate, based on the development model proposed and the course to be followed.